- A young lady identified as Dr Idowu has got social media talking after sharing the news of her induction into the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria
- She shared some photos of herself on Twitter and Nigerians flooded her comment section with congratulatory messages
- Apart from commenting on her achievement, tweeps could not stop complimenting the young lady on her beauty
A young Nigerian female doctor identified on Twitter as @Q_jeuel has wowed social media users with her achievement as she was recently inducted into the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria.
The young lady took to Twitter to share the good news alongside some adorable photos of herself.
@Q_jeuel captioned the photos:
"I got inducted into the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria. Thank you Lord! Dr Idowu."
Tweep with the handle @mysteko wrote:
"Congratulations... please don’t reject any patient brought to your attention even if it looks hopeless. God bless your new journey, Amen."
"You definitely deserve it cuz why not?????....look at your teethLoudly crying faceCrying face...spill the tea cuz this is not fair and please don't say brush thrice a day....maybe its the toothpaste???"
"Oh my! I have some capillaries bruised at my last lower right molar from meat fibres always getting stuck in there. When can I come for treatment, oh beautiful doctor?"
"Congratulations Doc. Please remember the oath you took today and apply it to every life that passes through your care. So help you, God! By the way, you’re very beautiful. Beauty and the brain."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on a doctor who brightened the life of one of his patients. Loneliness can be a difficult aspect of the human condition and 2020's global pandemic has meant that, for many, this year has been one of the loneliest years on record.
An old man from the United States who is battling Covid-19 was missing his wife dearly after he had been confined to spending his days at hospital.
The American holiday of Thanksgiving was upon him and all he wanted to do was to see the love of his life. Sadly, the pandemic had other plans.
The anguish drove the elderly man to tears as he tried to get over the heartbreak of missing his wife on the family-oriented holiday.
Joseph Varon, a doctor at the facility, was torn to pieces when he saw the patient in tears and decided to risk it all and give him a warm and kind hug. The medic was dressed in full PPE and chose to comfort the ICU patient during the emotional holiday.
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