The Honorable Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige took the time off his busy schedule to grace the induction ceremony of his daughter, Azuka at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) earlier today. Azuka got inducted as a medical doctor alongside tens of other newly graduated medical practitioners. The ceremony was held at the Great Hall of the College of Medicine, LUTH, Lagos state.
According to some of the pictures trending across social media sites, Ngige was beaming proudly with smiles alongside his wife with the feat their daughter was able to achieve. Among the dignitaries that came to felicitate with the Ngiges, was the President General, Alor People's Assembly (APA), Chief Uzoma Igbonwa. Alor is a town in Anambra State where Ngige hails from.
Recall Ngige before joining politics some decades ago was a medical doctor working in a federal government hospital.
Ironically, for the past weeks, the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARDs) have been on strike over low remuneration and poor working condition. Ngige on several occasions come under severe criticisms from the doctors who accused him of not doing enough in trying to end the strike.
Meanwhile, congratulations to the latest doctors in the country. May they have a peaceful and prosperous career.
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