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Bingham University Inducts 80 New Medical Doctors

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Bingham University Inducts 80 New Medical Doctors

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By:
Lawrence Zongo, Jos

Bingham University recently marked a significant milestone by inducting 80 new medical doctors, increasing the total number of doctors it has produced to 629. The ceremony was a testament to the rigorous six-year clinical program and the dedication of the graduates.

Vice-Chancellor Prof. Haruna Kuje Ayuba praised the new doctors for their perseverance and commitment. He encouraged them to contribute to the nation’s development and humanity’s welfare through their professional careers. Prof. Ayuba highlighted the critical shortage of doctors in Nigeria and the alarming trend of medical professionals leaving the country. He expressed gratitude for the university’s role in addressing this manpower gap and urged the new doctors to consider staying in Nigeria to help improve the healthcare system.

“This milestone is not just about the numbers,” said Prof. Ayuba, “but also about the quality of doctors we are producing. We are particularly proud of the increasing number of female graduates, which is a positive step toward a more educated and balanced generation.”

The Vice-Chancellor commended the graduates for their hard work, resilience, and determination, reminding them to maintain professionalism and ethical standards in their practice.

Rev. Dr. Job Ayuba Bagat, President of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), shared his confidence in the inductees, encouraging them to seek continuous knowledge and view challenges as opportunities for growth.

Prof. Benjamin Ugwu, the Medical Elder for the event, advised the new doctors to approach their profession with courtesy, kindness, and respect for their patients. Prof. Haroun Isah, Provost of the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences echoed these sentiments, urging the new doctors to uphold good behavior in their practice.

The ceremony concluded with a sense of pride and optimism as the new doctors embarked on their professional journeys, ready to make significant contributions to the healthcare sector in Nigeria and beyond.

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