Inductees of CMHS, Gregory University Charged to Abide by The Ethics of their Profession

Inductees of CMHS, Gregory University Charged to Abide by The Ethics of their Profession

The Executive Governor of Abia State, Dr Alex Otti, OFR, has called on inductees of the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Gregory University, Uturu to abide by the ethics of their profession to attain higher milestone in life.

 

The Governor represented by the Secretary to Abia State Government, Professor Kenneth Kalu, who stated this during the maiden Induction of medical doctors of the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Gregory University Uturu held at the Michael okpara Auditorium Umuahia congratulated the inductees for achieving the academic feat, and urged them to imbibe the virtue of self-motivation as they move into the society.

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The Governor further lauded the management and staff of the university for making the day a reality and urged the inductees to use the experience garnered to make positive impact in our society

 

In his address, the founder of Gregory University Uturu Professor Gregory Ibe represented by Professor Ijeoma Nduka, commended Governor Alex Otti for supporting the vision and partnership in training more medical personnel that will drive the vision of the present administration in the health sector, pointing out that the inductees have successfully passed through the crucible of rigorous training in character and learning.

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In his address, the vice Chancellor Gregory University Uturu, Professor Augustine Uwakwe represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (academics) Professor Uwaoma Uche described the event as a dream come true and attributed the rapid growth of the institution to the good and decent policies of the school.

 

He urged the inductees to always present themselves as good ambassadors of the institution wherever they find themselves.

 

Government functionaries, Vice Chancellor’s from other higher institutions of learning, attended the ceremony.