Be Good Ambassadors of Unical, VC Charges Graduating Doctors

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Professor James Epoke, Vice Chancellor, University of Calabar
Professor James Epoke, Vice Chancellor, University of Calabar

No fewer than 56 doctors who graduated from the University of Calabar have taken oaths of professional allegiance.

The Vice Chancellor, University of Calabar, Professor James Epoke during the oath taking ceremony charged the young doctors to be good ambassadors of the institution to transform the Nigerian health sector as they go into the society.

Professor James Epoke, said the University has been positioned to produce world-class professionals in character and learning, and assured that the graduands would be found worthy in handling critical health tasks as they go into the society.

“We know what we produce as an institution to the society because we have found them worthy in learning and character that is why we are giving them to the society”

The oath taking which was conducted at the College of Medical Sciences of the University, is its 37th Physician’s Oath taking ceremony.

The doctors on their part assured Nigerians of their fitness and qualification to deliver efficient health services to members of the public with a promise to serve their fatherland diligently.

The oath taking ceremony which is also known as Sponsio Academia, was administered on the graduands by the Registrar, Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria Dr. Abdulmumin Ibrahim, and assisted by the Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Prof. Maurice Asuquo at the Main Bowl of Cultural Center Complex, Calabar.

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