Paul John

Dr Paul John Port Harcourt Rivers state 08083658038

THE PROLIFERATION OF MENTALLY CHALLENGED PEOPLE ON OUR HIGHWAYS

I have travelled wide but Nigeria remains one of the few countries where mentally challenged people are allowed to roam our major roads. In view of this, the driver is faced with the dilemma of ‘navigating’ our ever present potholes and the mad people who work freely along the kerbs of our highways. These mad people can cross the road anytime; hence, the onus …

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BUHARI’S HEALTH: MY ADVICE TO MR PRESIDENT’S MEDIA AIDES

BUHARI’S HEALTH: MY ADVICE TO MR PRESIDENT’S MEDIA AIDES Dear Femi Adesina ,Garba Shehu et al, Although I had decided to remain quiet concerning the health of Mr President because my profession does not permit me to discuss somebody’s health in the public, when I read varying reports from you people, my spirit was stirred within me. A wise soldier, …

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That illegal closure of hospitals!

           That illegal closure of hospitals! The anti-medical-doctors’ fight has taken another dimension, it is no longer limited to our government-owned hospitals, it has escalated to the private health sector. Late last year it was reported that a private hospital in Abuja was allegedly shut down by some radiographers without minding there were specialist doctors called radiologists? I think that …

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RE: CRITICS OF FEES CHARGED BY COVENANT UNIVERSITY ACTING IN IGNORANCE ,RISK GOD’S WRATH

RE: CRITICS OF FEES CHARGED BY COVENANT UNIVERSITY ACTING IN IGNORANCE ,RISK GOD’S WRATH Dear Dr David Oyedepo, The God we serve is a merciful God and full of compassion .He gives His people freedom of Expression and Fair Hearing as contained in s.38 and s.36 respectively of our Nigerian constitution( as amended). When Adam sinned against Him,He gave Adam …

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PETROL PUMP PRICE: WE ACCEPT IT IN GOOD FATE

I so much like our current crop of politicians because they seem to be showing Nigerians how to play real politics. During the electioneering campaign, the APC stalwarts told us that there was nothing like subsidy. They insisted that anybody talking about removing a subsidy that was never there in the first place was a barefaced liar and a thief. …

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TEACH US THESE DAYS ,THE PROFESSIONAL POLITICS !

TEACH US THESE DAYS ,THE PROFESSIONAL POLITICS ! Before the 2015 presidential election, ‘Sai Baba’ rented the air. Everybody wanted a change. Although the then incumbent president pleaded for more time to consolidate his achievements in all sectors of the economy, having gathered most of the sought-after experts as his team, Nigerians seemed to be tired of the gradual transformation; …

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RE: STRIKES WITHOUT END

Dear Muyiba Adetiba, This article is my response to your article against the Nigerian medical doctors and their practice, which was published by Vanguard newspapers on March 12, 2016. I had wanted to ignore replying to that uninformed article, but when I reconsidered the negative impacts it could have on your readers and for the fact that you might have …

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STILL ON THE RECENT BRUTALITY AT UCH,IBADAN

STILL ON THE RECENT BRUTALITY AT UCH,IBADAN How long shall we remain victims of physical assaults while performing our lawful duties? Physical assaults on medical doctors, especially the resident pathologists are becoming a regular occurrence in our tertiary hospitals. When I read the expected defence by the UCH chapter of Association of Medical Laboratory Science of Nigerian (AMLSN), exonerating one of …

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NIGERIAN MEDICAL DOCTORS IN DIASPORA ON THEIR WAY TO GOLGOTHA-PART 2

My dear Hippocratic colleagues in diaspora, I read about the meeting some of your delegates had with the senate committee chairman on health and the request for you to relocate to Nigeria . It will be a dereliction of duty on my own part to allow my professional  colleagues make the worst decisions they will perpetually regret . Having being …

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NIGERIAN MEDICAL DOCTORS IN DIASPORA ON THEIR WAY TO GOLGOTHA

My dear Hippocratic colleagues in diaspora, I read about the meeting some of your delegates had with the senate committee chairman on health and the request for you to relocate to Nigeria . It will be a dereliction of duty on my own part to allow my professional  colleagues make the worst decisions they will perpetually regret . Having being …

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