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Nigerian University graduates banned from practicing medicine in the UK

The General Medical Council (GMC) of the United Kingdom reached a decision to bar graduates from Nine Nigerian Universities from medical practice in the United Kingdom.
The decision of th GMC came as a result of a review of practices in those schools and the Council concluded the schools no longer met the minimum standards required to obtain a medical license in the United kingdom.
Practicing Doctors and Medical students from the following higher institutions will no longer be able to practice medicine in the United Kingdom:
1. Ambrose Ali University (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
2. Ebonyi State University (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
3. Igbinedion University College of Health Sciences (Applies to those who graduated on or after April 1, 2010).
4. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
5. Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
6. University of Benin (Applies to those who graduated on or after April 1, 2010).
7. University of Jos (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
8. University of Nigeria (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010)
9. University of Port Harcourt (Applies to those who graduated after December 10, 2010).
As a point of emphasis, this decision only affects the medical schools of the Instituitions above.
Reportedly, It can be noted that at least one third of Nigerian Medical graduates attempt to practice medicicne in the United Kingdom. What are you thinking?

11 Responses to “Nigerian University graduates banned from practicing medicine in the UK”

  1. Gazeta says:

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  2. Marvis Osato Igiehon says:

    God pls save this country we call ours.

  3. Jamila says:

    I need to give thanks a lot for your work you have made in writing this post. I am hoping the same perfect job from you later on also.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Education is no more national priority.

  5. Umar says:

    This is rather embarrassing

  6. Dr. Armah Elibe says:

    …I remember the University of Nigeria (my alma mata) as the first place (UNTH) where open heart surgery was successfully carried out in this part of the world, Prof. Animalu (then called the Einstein of Africa) was the first scientist to demonstrate in concrete terms the use of solar energy in the automobile industry. I was privileged to witness first hand his demonstration of what came to be known as the prototype first solar energy driven car. These are just a few of the chain of inventions that I witnessed as astudent in the UNN…but today that same UNTH produces doctors blacklisted in the UK, and the country of origin of Prof. Phillip Emeagwali, the inventor of the supercomputer is now one whose graduates are internationally ridiculed and rejected.
    The time to save Nigeria from total and final death is right now.

  7. Dr. Armah Elibe says:

    When will Nigerians begin to genuinely worry about the slow motion death of the only country they can call theirs ? Our country Naija has been seriously ill for a long time and few Nigerians seem to worry. All the institutions that made us proud in the past have all been eroded completely. Our economy is in tatters, sports ( football) our only bond of unity and international trademark was slaughtered by the NFF, education is dead and our graduates a collosal source of national shame and embarrassment.
    In those good days our standards in education was our national pride, graduates of foreign universities had to write proficiency examinations to have their qualifications recognised in Nigeria,never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that we could get to this present mess. Every thing that used to be of high quality in Nigeria has lost it all because of the lack of a government ( we have only been having soldiers of fortune that call themselves politicians/leaders)…and I ask when will Nigerians arise and reclaim their Nation?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Shame really. I am literarily weeping!

  9. emma says:

    why should that kind of a thing happens our president should do something fast

  10. Ileso ena says:

    Resultin frm d greed and foolishnes of men

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