Osahon Enabulele, a physician has become the first Nigerian to head the Commonwealth Medical Association, (CMA).
He was inaugurated on the 5th of November 2019 at the 25th president of the association during the opening ceremony of the 25th Triennial Conference of the 57-year-old renowned global medical body holding in Abuja, Nigeria.
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The late Dr. Elizabeth Ehi-Ebewele and 11 others have been honoured with the Clark R. Bavin Wildlife Law Enforcement Award by the Animal Welfare Institute in Geneva.
The awardees were presented with the award on 20th August 2019 for demonstrating excellence in combating wildlife crime.
Dr. Elizabeth Ehi-Ebewele created Nigeria’s first national audience on wildlife crime. According to the organisers, she played a key role in the decision by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to develop a coordinated response on wildlife crime.
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Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi has emerged President-elect of the Medical Women International Association (MWIA) in the United States of America.
The MWIA is a global association of all medical women doctors in the world.
Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi became the first Nigerian to emerge as president-elect of the 100-year-old association.
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