- On Friday, December 17, a new set of doctors graduated from Imo State University in Owerri after 10 years of further education.
- One of the doctors is Paul Ezeafurukwe, the current Managing Director of Hope New Media Center in Owerri.
- The Hope New Media Center is the online arm of the government led by Hope Uzodimma in Imo State.
Owerri – Paul Ezeafurukwe, CEO of Hope New Media Center, has been appointed a physician in Imo State.
Ezeafurukwe was one of the recently graduated medical doctors from Imo State University in Owerri.
The newly graduated MD also made history as the first MD to head the New Media Branch for a sitting governor.
Legit.ng concluded that the medical students spent 10 years at the school until the intervention of the government led by Uzodimma.
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The event which took place at the auditorium of Imo State University witnessed the influx of family and friends as well as supporters.
Hope New Media executives and senior government officials who graced the occasion said it was a day for a “media doctor.”
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At the same time, the prestigious Henley Business School at the University of Reading, UK, announced the appointment of Muhammad Sani Abdullahi Dattijo as a partner and founding member of its Dunning Africa Center.
Making the announcement, Rajneesh Narula OBE, director of the Dunning Africa Center, noted that Dattijo, a shrewd and scholarly development economist would join the institution, as it begins operations in its African center in the same month.
Dattijo is the former chief of staff to the governor of Kaduna, Malam Nasir Elrufai, and the current state budget and planning commissioner.
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In a related development, Emmanuel Ofuasia, a postgraduate philosophy student in the Department of Philosophy at Lagos State University, Nigeria, was awarded £ 1,000 to undertake research on the philosophy of religion.
Legit.ng concluded that the grant is titled “English Language Support Grants 2021” and is primarily intended for non-native English speaking philosophers of religion.
The grant was made possible by the John Templeton Foundation and the Global Philosophy of Religion Project at the University of Birmingham, UK.
Source: legitimate Nigeria