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Medical Council Releases Names And Hospitals Of Doctors Expelled Over ‘Unprofessionalism’, Full List

Medical Council Releases Names And Hospitals Of Doctors Expelled Over ‘Unprofessionalism’, Full List

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The Medical and Dental Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal has taken punitive measures against some doctors over issues bothering on indiscipline.

The penalty ranged from suspension to warning and expulsion.

Medical Council Releases Names

Medical Council Releases Names

The names of three doctors found guilty by the tribunal chaired by Prof Abba Waziri Hassan, were erased from the register of the medical practitioners in Nigeria over “gross professional misconduct”.

They are:

Yakubu Hassan of Koji-Jimeta Clinic and Maternity, Jimeta Yola;
Sunday Elusoji University of Benin Teaching Hospital
Stephen Oludare Alaiyemola-Philadelphia Specialist Hospital, Apapa, Lagos State.
A total of 12 doctors convicted for misconduct were suspended.

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Some of those suspended are:

Dr. Umar Nasiru Ibrahim -Al Noor Clinic and Maternity, Angwan Rogo, Jos Plateau State;
Dr. Nwikwu Mezie Vitalis-De Vital Care Hospital, Ojo Lagos State ;
Dr. Jamilu Muhammed -Martha Bamaiyi General Hospital. Zuru, Kebbi State , Dr. Charles Ikeji Kefland Family Hospital Apo Mechanic village Abuja, among others.
Those convicted and admonished are:

Dr. Babatunde Oyefara- Federal Medical Centre Asaba, Delta State
Dr. Zakari Mohammed, Premier Clinic Gyadi Gyadi. Kano, Kano State.
Dr. Iyoha Joseph R-Jolad Hospital Gbagada, Lagos State
Dr. Sunday Ogafe Ojenuwah, Federal Medical Centre Asaba, Delta State
Dr. Ogunsanmi Sunday, Evening Light Dental Clinic, Jabi, Abuja.
The tribunal, which was reconstituted during the 1st plenary session of the council in December 2018, had its first session between 8th and 12th of January 2019.

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According to a report from the tribunal, the COVID-19 outbreak in the country and the attendant disruptions impeded the frequency of its sittings.

However, it held seven sessions within which it has adjudicated over 38 cases so far

Medical Council Releases Names

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