Proud African doctor says the profession gives her superhuman power

Proud African doctor says the profession gives her superhuman power

- A doctor, Alakija Oluwaseun, has said that her superhuman strength is from being a medical official

- Oluwaseun made this known in a LinkedIn post as she shared two cute pictures

- Many people who reacted to her post congratulated her on being a doctor

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A Nigerian lady, Alakija Oluwaseun, has prided herself as a doctor as she said being a health official is the stuff of a superpower.

As the world goes through the turmoil of the Covid-19 pandemic, the place of doctors in the survival of the human race cannot be overemphasised.

No wonder one cannot imagine a world without men and women who are constantly putting themselves at risk to ensure the safety of the human race.

In a LinkedIn post, Oluwaseun said: "Dr isn’t just my prefix, it’s my superpower," as she attached pictures of herself in a medical uniform.

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The lady posed confidently in her medical uniform.
Photo source: LinkedIn/Oluwaseun Alakija
The lady posed confidently in her medical uniform. Photo source: LinkedIn/Oluwaseun Alakija
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In both photos, the lady strikes a cool pose with a stethoscope hanging from her neck. As at the time of writing this report, her post had received over 4,000 likes and a massive number of comments.

Below are some of the ways people reacted to her post:

Oluwatosin Dorcas Ajisafe said:

"Congratulations Dr Seun."

Damilare said:

"Congrats doc."

Damilare said:

"Sweet!! Congratulations."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady, Chioma Ikwuegbu, achieved huge success despite all odds and leaving home at the young teenage age of 17.

In a tweet on Tuesday, October 6, the lady, who studied at the University of the Philippines, said prior to leaving the house she was naive and had always been under her parents' shield all her life.

Out to face life, the lady confronted unimaginable challenges that dampened her many times. According to her, she trudged on despite all till she reached her goal.

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At the age of 24, Chioma does not only have two university degrees, she is also a medical doctor, making her the first in her family with that feat.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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