Day 18: Queen Christiana Afaha #MyMBBSJourney

Hello, First, I would like to thank Perry’s Tots for making me write this. I’ve been putting it off for so long. You know, just like I don’t do much talking, I don’t write a lot too. Look at my school notes and you’ll see. Well, I was totally looking forward to getting into the […]

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Day 17: Queen Adepoju Oluwatosin #MyMBBSJourney

Hello everyone, I’m Adepoju Oluwatosin popularly called Adepee (I don’t even know how the name came up sef) I will be telling you a little about my journey through med sch, I am not so much of a writer but I hope you enjoy it. Becoming a doctor had always been what I wanted so […]

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Day 16: Queen Aribike Toyin #MyMBBSJourney

Hi my name is Oluwatoyin O. Aribike M.D. and this is my MBBS Journey…felt sooo good to type that. Flashback to 2009!!! Teenage Toyin decides to fill medicine and surgery on her jamb form cos I mean how hard can it be…little did I know. Prof aka Daddy tried to discourage me (I apparently I […]

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Day 15: King Ayoola Arigbabu #MyMBBSJourney

Hello. My mbbs journey dates back to September 2008 when I came into this great institution as a young secondary school leaver ready to discover more about the world. The university is a place of growth, if you come in for a 4 year course you don’t leave the same not to talk of a […]

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Day 13: Queen Sandra Akinde #MyMBBSJourney

       I just want to start this article with my gratitude to Perry’s Tots for featuring me and also I want to express my gratitude to my heavenly Father for all the blessings He bestowed upon me. “Thank you DADDY” Ok so I am going to recount my MBBS journey so hold on tight and […]

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Day 12: King Mayowa Bababunmi #MyMBBSJourney

The date was 13th December 2010, a thin, dark skinned Nigerian teenager walked through the gates of College of Medicine, University of Lagos. Eager, sober and ready for whatever the medical school was going to throw at him, the young boy rushed hurriedly to the lecture hall for what would be the first of a […]

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Day 11: Queen Kemi Windapo #MyMBBSJourney

My MBBS Journey Jeremiah 29:11 “I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord. “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” As a kid, I wanted to be any and everything. From the lady on NTA with her humongous gele and other fancy […]

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Day 10: King Bisoye Lawal #MyMBBSJourney

In attempting to start this write-up, I ran into a problem, a problem which basically is a simple question I asked myself, “when and where did my MBBS journey start?”. Though I remember vividly that it was September 2009 that the merit list for admission was posted and even in Punch newspaper and my name […]

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Day 9: Queen Idowu Dabiri #MyMBBsJourney

Warning: This is an abridged article. The writer of this article did this in the best interest of the readers to prevent them from being glued to their computer gadgets reading thousands of pages of GOD’s faithfulness. Just take a look at her, she is a living testimony of the living GOD… In the year […]

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Day 8: Queen Funmi Akinde #MyMBBSJourney

My MBBS journey began earlier than most. Looking back now it probably pre dated me filling out my JAMB form. I know you are wondering how, but I think it all started with my father’s MBBS journey. He may not have realized it, but he played such a huge role in my decision to study […]

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