43 Pioneer Medical Graduates of Nile University Inducted as Medical Doctors

1 June 2023 – The pioneer students of Nile University’s College of Health Science(CHS),graduated with their Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) degrees and were inducted into full medical practice on Wednesday 31 May 2023.

The attestation ceremony had in attendance all 43 students from the graduating class, proud parents, esteemed faculty members, and government dignitaries including the immediate-past governor of Kaduna State, His Excellency, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai CON, Former Minster of Transportation Mu’azuJaji Sambo, the Registrar of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria(MDCN) Dr. Tajudeen A. Sanusi, Medical Elder Associate Professor Fatima KyariFWACS MSc Ph.D.FNAMed, among others.

The Vice Chancellor of Nile University of Nigeria Prof. Dilli DogoFNAMed, in his welcome address to the distinguished guests and students, congratulated all the students for successfully completing their medical studies, he expressed his pride and joy and thanked the medical graduates and parents for keeping faith with Nile University during the challenging journey of training and mentorship that has culminated into the day of celebration.

Prof. Dogo highlighted the immense contributions of the Honoris United Universities Network since taking ownership of the Nile University of Nigeria in 2020. He stated that “the education for impact mission of Honoris United Universities Network is made manifest and can be seen in the huge infrastructural investments, human capital development, and provision of a conducive learning and working environment for Nile University’s students and Staff.”

The Vice-Chancellor also attributed the successes recorded by Nile University’s College of Health Sciences to the strategic partnerships with reputable government and private hospitals, for the setting up of the Nile University Teaching Hospital (NUTH) under the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) and the private partnership with Nizamiye Hospital. He expressed appreciation to the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), the National Universities Commission (NUC), the Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB), and other Professional and regulatory agencies for their continued support and contributions to the standards of practice.