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Medical and Dental Disciplinary Tribunal had Withdrawn the License of Three Doctors

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The Medical and Dental Practitioners’ Disciplinary Tribunal (MDPDT) has said that the practising license of three doctors have been withdrawn after they were convicted of gross professional misconduct that led to the death of patients or permanent injuries.

The names of the affected doctors were also removed from the records of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), thus bringing to an end, their medical practices.

The affected doctors are Dr Yakubu Hassan Koji of Jimeta Clinic and Maternity in Yola, Adamawa State; Dr Sunday Elusoji of University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Edo State, and Dr Stephen Oludare Alaiyemola of Philadelphia Specialist Hospital, Apapa, Lagos.

The tribunal said that many other medical doctors and dentists who were convicted by the tribunal of different professional offences were made to serve different punishments including temporary suspension, while some were acquitted and others struck out for, perhaps, lack of merit.

Chairman of the tribunal Prof Abba Waziri told journalist that the feats were achieved between 2018 and 2021, stating that the judgement of the tribunal were never intended to witchhunt any doctor but to promote professionalism and ensure that medical doctors do their jobs professionally to the satisfaction of their conscience and the clients.

He further explained that within the period under review, the tribunal had seven sessions within which it adjudicated over 38 cases segmented as erasure, temporary suspension, conviction, discharge and acquitted, and struck out of the cases for some reasons.

Prof Waziri further explained that the tribunal drew its powers from several sessions of the Act establishing MDCN particularly section 16(1) (2) of the Medical and Dental Practitioners Act CAP M8 LFN 2004 (as amended) which recommended the de-registration of the three doctors for gross professional misconduct.

He confirmed that many of the doctors who were given punishments including temporary suspension have served the punishments and have been welcomed back into the practice.

The tribunal chairman restates their commitment to the sanctity of the medical practice in Nigeria, which, he described, as a noble profession, promising that they would promote fairness, equity and justice, to all parties with a view to protecting the sanctity of the medical profession, and health care services to Nigerians.

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How my Son Tried to Remove my Eyes for Money Ritual – Delta Woman Narrates

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Emma Eregarnoma invited his mother, Mrs Oke Eregarnoma, to his house on Caroline Street, Okuokoko after he persuaded her that he had a surprise package for her.

On getting there, she said she saw Emma in an unusual joyous mood, after he welcomed her in. He then increased the volume of his musical gadgets. Oke alleged that her son suddenly locked the door and made moves to strangle and pluck off her eyes, just as she screamed for help, adding that no one heard her due to the loud music.

She said after fighting with his son for some minutes she regained her strength and ran outside for help, while neighbours came to her rescue.

Mrs Oke Eregarnoma, while narrating her ordeal to journalists on a hospital bed where she was recuperating, recalled that before the attack, her son boasted that “he must drive GLK this week.

The suspect was consequently apprehended and taken to the police station. Emma was detained at the Orerokpe divisional police headquarters in Okpe Local Government Area, Delta State over the incident, which occurred on Tuesday in Okuokoko community near Warri.

The acting Police Public Relations Officer, Delta State, DSP Bright Edafe, confirmed the incident, adding that the suspect was in custody.

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Ex-NIS Officer Arraigned over Certificate Forgery

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Ex-NIS Officer

A retired Chief Superintendent of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Imam Aminu, has been arraigned by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), over alleged forgery of academic certificates.

The Commission, in a 4-count charge brought before Honourable Justice A.O. Abong of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court 18, sitting in Gwagwalada, Abuja averred that the accused person had forged a National Diploma Certificate in Public Administration from the Kaduna State Polytechnic and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from the University of Calabar.

ICPC counsel, Mashkur Salisu Esq, informed the court of how the defendant had used the aforementioned forged certificates to enlist into NIS as well as advanced his career to the rank of a Chief Superintendent.

ICPC in a Charge No: CR/821/2021 told the court that the former Immigration Officer’s action was contrary to Section 364 of the Penal Code, and if he is found guilty, he shall be liable to a prison term of not less than 14 years.

When the charge was read to the accused, he pleaded not guilty to the four counts. The prosecution counsel thereafter asked for a date for hearing and for the accused to be remanded in Kuje prison pending hearing. Counsel to the defendant however moved the bail application in favour of the accused.

The trial Court thereafter granted Mr. Aminu bail in the sum of N500,000.00 and a surety in like sum who must reside within the jurisdiction of the court. He was also ordered to deposit his travel documents at the court’s registry.

The case has been adjourned to the 9th of November 2021 for commencement of trial.

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See Why Nigerian Lady was Killed by Italian Husband

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New Revelations On Why Nigerian Lady Was Killed By Her Italian Husband In Italy.

More revelations have surfaced on why Italian based 31 years old Nigerian lady Rita Amenze was killed by her 61-year-old Italian husband Pierangelo Pellizzar

It will be recalled that Rita was shot 4 times while she was stepping out of her office

A very reliable source in Italy who pleaded on condition of anonymity made some startling revelations on the incident

According to her, Rita came to Italy in 2017 as an illegal immigrant and was rescued at the sea and taken to a refugee camp

In 2018 Pierangelo Pellizzar met her, married her and took her out of the refugee camp.

Not too long after, she was granted citizenship (the Italian passport) which enabled her get a good job.

Meanwhile, before moving to Italy, she already had 3 kids back home in Nigeria.

Recently, she travelled to Nigeria and got married to the father of her three kids

Before she returned, her best friend went and revealed to the white man that his wife is cheating on him and has gotten married in Nigeria to the father of her children.

She told the white man that he should watch out because as soon Rita returns, she would file for a divorce.

And that was what Rita actually did, she filed for a divorce as soon as she returned. She planned to divorce the white man and relocate her Nigerian husband and children to Italy.

Her Italian husband would not hear of it. But all attempts to convince her to change her mind were rebuffed.

On the day of the crime, he traced her to her office, shot her four times in front of her colleagues before handing himself over to the police.

Investigations showed that he is a drug addict who has been in and out of jail severally.

He has pleaded that he was emotionally disturbed and depressed by the behavior of Rita which led to his action

Pierangelo Pellizzar was previously banned from acquiring firearms, but it was not clear how he was able to lay his hands on the gun he used in killing Rita Amenze

The Nigerian Ambassador to Italy, the Nigerian Community in Italy as well as the Executive Chairman of Nigerian Diaspora Commission Hon Abike Dabiri Erewa have called for a thorough investigation into the incident.

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