Near Malete, Kwara State University, 46 freshly qualified medical laboratory scientists were inducted into the Medical Laboratory Council of Nigeria.

Now 521 people have graduated from the state university with degrees in medical laboratory science.

Dr. Tosan Erhabor, Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), presided over Wednesday’s induction ceremony, which included swearing an oath.

In her remarks to the new members, Mrs. Olufunmilayo Onakalu, the council’s registrar and a representative of the director of regulation and discipline, praised Kwara State University’s administration for its dedication to inducting its faculty and staff.

Dr. Erhabor urged the administration to maintain funding for the medical laboratory science program at the university, pointing out that the program’s growth would require investments in personnel, technology, and physical plant.

He went on to say that the council would keep offering fellowships to help fund medical laboratory science programs so that future generations can have training on par with those in other parts of the world.

As for MLSCN, we will keep reaching out to other training schools that share our values, particularly those who are prepared to follow our rules when it comes to professional exams, indexing, and student admission quotas.

“We will keep collaborating with these organizations to make sure the kids get the best training possible, on par with what their players get at other prestigious schools around the world.”

Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh, who served as both chairman and acting vice chancellor of the oath-taking ceremony, was elated that this was the sixth time the university had gathered to welcome Kwara State University’s medical laboratory science graduates.

The Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria has recognized the hard work and dedication of 46 graduates—13 men and 33 women—and I want to personally congratulate them.

“Your accomplishments today demonstrate your personal growth and make a lasting impact on our institution. I encourage you to keep learning and growing in your career so you can meet the ever-changing demands of medical laboratory science,” he said.

The ceremony’s highlights were the oath-taking by a delegate from the council and the particular honor given to Rodiat Remilekun Abdulkareem and Adeola Roqeebat Emiola, two students who graduated with First Class honours.

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