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From The President

President – Muhammad-Bashir Yahya

Senate Chairman – Roseben C.N. Anyanwu

Congress Chancellor – Jerry-Ogeme Oghenelukome

ADESUA ETOMI MAKES VOGUE’S 14 GLOBAL SUPERSTARS LIST

Nigerian actress, Adesua Etomi-Wellington has been featured on Vogue’s list of 14 global superstars. Vogue is a leading international fashion magazine. The British Vogue was the first international edition launched in 1916, while the Italian version has been called the top fashion magazine in the world. Adesua was featured in the April issue of the magazine alongside 14 actresses from 14 countries across several film industries including Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood. She announced the feature on her Instagram page @adesuaetomi.…

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NIGERIA’S BLACK WEDNESDAY

It was a black Wednesday on the 13th of March, 2019, as tragedies struck in two major cities in Nigeria, Lagos and Onitsha. In Lagos, at least 12 people were confirmed died and many more were feared trapped after a building containing a school collapsed. The school, which was on the topmost floor of the four-storey building in Ita Faji on Lagos Island, had more than 100 pupils and about 40 pupils had been pulled out alive, a rescue official…

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UIMSA ALUMNUS EMERGES AS FINALIST AT WHO AFRICA CHALLENGE

An alumnus of the University of Ibadan and a member of the 2k14 set of doctors, Dr. Imodoye Abioro, recently emerged as one of the finalists of the maiden edition of the World Health Organization (WHO) Innovation Challenge with his innovation, Bimi Online For Africa. The aim of the Challenge was to source, select and profile innovations including community-based initiatives that apply new and fresh thinking to address unmet health needs on the continent. The top 30 health-oriented innovations were…

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LATEST HIV SURVEY RELEASED: Nigeria Not Doing As Badly As We Thought!

There are about 3.4 million Nigerians living with HIV- or at least that was what everyone thought. This figure was based on a prevalence estimate of close to 3% , derived from the last version of surveys conducted in Nigeria. This meant that despite finding and placing over one million people on treatment with antiretrovirals (ARVs), it was still estimated that over 50% of those infected with HIV did not know their status. As millions of dollars were spent by…

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THE DEATH OF A COUNTRY

A country with a bright future is gone Neighbours cried, why didn’t she go by the trigger of a gun Education has been so worried about her lost, Pen and eraser have turned best of friends just for her death Tables and chairs are shaking because those who warm them are gone. Shame on the architect Shame on the contractor Shame on those who had a hand in what eventually became this eyesore and heartache Shame above all to those…

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NEW ZEALAND MOSQUE SHOOTER IDENTIFIED

The man who livestreamed himself slaughtering at least 49 worshipers in two separate mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand has been identified as a 28-year-old personal trainer from Australia who described himself as a “regular white man.” Brenton Tarrant identified himself online before unleashing his rampage, posting several photos on a since-deleted Twitter account of what appear to be assault rifle magazines and a link to a lengthy manifesto, The Guardian reported. He worked at the Big River Gym in the northern New…

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Contact Details

Students’ Secretariat,

Ground floor, E.O. Oluwole Akande Building,

University College Hospital,

Ibadan,

Oyo State, Nigeria.

Tel:  +234 (0) 813 537 4183 | +234 (0) 817 946 0620

Email: ibadanmedicine[at]gmail[dot]com

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