MLCN inducts 46 newly qualified lab scientists from KWASU
The Medical Laboratory Council of Nigeria, has inducted 46 newly qualified medical laboratory scientists from Kwara State University, Malete.
This brings to 521 the total number of medical laboratory scientists produced by the state university.
The induction, which was an oath-taking event, took place on Wednesday and was conducted by the Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, MLSCN, Dr. Tosan Erhabor.
Addressing the inductees, the registrar of the council, who was represented by the Director, Regulation and Discipline, Mrs. Olufunmilayo Onakalu, commended the management of Kwara State University for its commitment to getting its graduates inducted into the council.
Dr. Erhabor, while noting that manpower, equipment, and infrastructure investment, were needed to continue to grow the programme in the university, encouraged the management to continue to support the medical laboratory science programme in the institution.
The council, he added, would continue to extend hands of fellowship to ensure that the upcoming medical laboratory scientists receive the standard of training comparable with what is obtained in other climes.
“On our part, MLSCN would continue to extend the hand of fellowship to you and other like-minded training institutions, especially, those willing to adhere to council policies regarding student admission quotas, indexing, and professional examinations.
“We will continue to work with such institutions to ensure that the young ones receive the highest standard of training comparable to what is available to their players in other global institutions.”
The Acting Vice-Chancellor and Chairman of the oath-taking ceremony, Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh, expressed excitement as the ceremony marked the fifth time the institution would be convening to induct medical laboratory science graduates produced by the Kwara State University.
“I extend my warm congratulations to the 46 graduates comprising 13 males and 33 females, who, through dedication and perseverance, have earned the recognition of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria.
“Your achievements today mark not only your personal success but also contribute to the ongoing legacy of our institution and I urge you to continue building your capacity by updating your knowledge through professional programmes to cope with the evolving challenges and the practice of medical laboratory science,” he stated.
Highpoints of the ceremony were the special recognition given to the two students who graduated with First Class honours; Rodiat Remilekun Abdulkareem and Adeola Roqeebat Emiola, and the administration of the oath by the representative of the Registrar of the council.
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