Ambrose Alli University College of Medicine produces another qualified Neurosurgeon


Ambrose Alli University College of Medicine Still Shining

...produces another qualified Neurosurgeon, Dr. Mark Okheuelegbe.

...Exco of the Nigeria Medical Association NMA led by Its Chairman’ Dr. Harrison Omokhua paid a courtesy visit to the AVC of AAU, Prof. Osarhieme Benson Osadolor

The Ambrose Alli University is at it again as College of Medicine produces another Neurosurgeon. Neurosurgery is a very specialized aspect of the Medical field with only few practitioners because of skills required and the difficulty in qualifying in that field. It will interest you to know that at the moment when Nigeria has less than 70 Neurosurgeons trained from all over the world, Ambrose Alli University produces another Neurosurgeon. 

A few years ago Ambrose Alli University produced it first Neurosurgeon and that was Dr. Eghosa Morgan. Both him and Dr. Mark Okhuelegbe are Fellows of the Nigeria College of Surgeons and also Fellows of West Africa College of Surgeons. 

Dr. Mark Okheulegbe is from Esan north east, Uromi and he is the first in a family of Six children, 4 are Medical Doctors and all graduated from Ambrose Alli University. 

His immediate younger sisters are twins Dr. Mrs Odion Ebueburho and Dr. Mrs Akhere Ernest -Ekwe. The baby of the house is Dr. Mrs Augusta Orji-Okhuelegbe. 

This information was received when the Exco of the Nigeria Medical Association led by Its Chairman’ Dr. Harrison Omokhua paid a courtesy visit to the Acting Vice - Chancellor Prof. Osarhieme Benson Osadolor on Tuesday 6th of July 2021. In his remark Dr. Harrison Omokhua congratulated the Acting Vice - Chancellor on his appointment and the astute and timely administrative interventions in some of the challenges being faced by the College of Medicine. He added that Ambrose Alli University is becoming famous worldwide for producing exceptional well trained Medical Doctors who are making waves in foreign countries as far as Canada, United State of America, Europe, United Kingdom, South Africa and many other  countries.

 In his response the Acting Vice-Chancellor ably represented by Prof. Sunny Arasomwan Adagbonyin thanked the Chairman NMA for his Kind words. He added that it is true that no AAU medical graduate has ever failed the qualifying examinations set by other Countries Medical Board to make them eligible to practice in their countries. He noted that Dr. Mark Okheulegbe is doing very well at Oweri Imo State. The chairman NMA and his 10-man team during the courtesy visit invited the AVC, Prof. Osarhieme Benson Osadolor and all the principal officers to the AGM of the NMA taking place on Wednesday 7th to 8th July 2021.

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