November 09, 2016

Meet Pretty Abiola, 21yrs Old Who's Already A Medical Doctor

She's completed all the process. This 21-year-old Nigerian could be the youngest Medical Doctor in the country right now. Abiola graduated as a medical doctor at age just 21 and according to her she was inducted by Nigerian Medical Council on Tuesday, November 8th. See more photos:




A big congrats to you, Abiola!

8 comments:

junaid said...

Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hassan Aderemi said...

Congratulations Abiola.

oladejo festus rotimi said...

A "Trump" Presidency Is Still At Hand…

But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear. (Isaiah 59:2)

"Son, many have I hid My face from in this hour and they will wander about aimlessly in the wilderness due to their iniquities yet many shall I grant My mercy unto for My divine precedence is still sovereign and it still TRUMPS the wicked plans of men!"

"Son, it is My precedence that still TRUMPS the yoke! It is My precedence that still TRUMPS the plot of the enemy! It is My precedence that still TRUMPS the sinful plans of the unjust who seek to reign over My chosen vessels. For this is the hour that I Am hiding My face from those who seek to separate themselves from Me by their own iniquity and I Am revealing Myself to the few who know the hour of My Divine precedence is STILL at a hand! "

WE DECREE AND DECLARE NOW THAT GOD’S SOVEREIGN PRECEDENCE TRUMPS EVERY MANNER OF DECEIT, POVERTY, DISTRACTION, AND DYSFUNCTION IN YOUR LIFE AND WE ELECT AND DECLARE GOD, OUR FATHER, OUR RIGHTEOUS RULER OVER ALL THINGS!

ats three said...

Congrats to her. #Livingthedream

Anonymous said...

Pretty indeed

Harbolarkale Niyi said...

Congrats

Anonymous said...

How did she achieve that goal at 21 years somebody tell me. Isn't there a minimum age to enter university to study medicine. the course is 5 years and 1 more year for housemanship not to mention nysc. Does it mean she was admitted at age 16? where is the emotional maturity to do the job. My son is a medical doctor so I know what it entails to a reasonable extent both capacity and capability.

Anonymous said...

Stop the hatred pls. Praise her or leave her alone. My cousin was admitted into university in Nigeria at the age of 15 in the 80s and today he is a professor. I did not envy him but accept his lucky and brilliance. Pls. do not frustrate this young woman with jealousy.

Have you heard of Britain's most brilliant family? They are the Imafidons who are originally from Nigeria.
http://www.bet.com/news/global/2013/03/29/nigerian-family-is-smartest-family-in-britain.html

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