Day 23: King Yusuf Shittu #MyMBBSJourney

How does one fit a 6 year tale into one page? How does one summarize loads of experiences, trials, memories – good and bad, into one story? Such is the task Perry’s tots places before me. Before you suggest things like ‘reduce font size’ or something, I’ll try to make this quick. The past 6 […]

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Day 21: Queen Jesufemi #MyMBBSJourney

Thank You Queen Pero for this opportunity given me. My MBBS journey has been a very interesting one. I’d try to touch it all.. in summary It’s been my place of growth.Each year, each class ,each person I  have met has not left me the same way. My journey through the medical school started with […]

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Day 20: King Ajibola Onifade #MyMBBSJourney

Believe me, secondary school days were actually the most interesting days of our lives. Most of us had no idea what we wanted as a profession but there was this euphoria of being in science class that made most of us find ourselves there. I never had any idea of what I wanted to do […]

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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 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 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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Day 7: King Olaoluwa #MyMBBSJourney

They say, “We don’t remember days in Life, We remember moments”. The past five years including diploma year – they said we were not students in diploma – have been an experience.  “Hunger games” I called it when asked to name it like a movie. The struggle was live! I honestly don’t know how I […]

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Day 4: King Taiwo Akinbola #MyMBBSJourney

AH… AT LAST I hate clichés… I would’ve said “a journey of a thousand years begins with…” you know blah blah blah …and wow I LOVE Anecdotes, and this right here gon’be riddled with them. When I got a message from Perry asking me to pen something about my  med sch journey (I know a […]

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