Global Medics Ireland was honoured to sponsor the first inaugural dinner for the newly formed Association of Nigerian Doctors in Ireland. Over 100 Nigerian national doctors travelled from all over Ireland to attend the event.
The inaugural dinner had a number of speakers on the night which included the guest of honour, Her Excellency, The Ambassador of Nigeria in Ireland, Dr Bolere Elizabeth Ketebu. Dr Ketebu highlighted the significance and impact of Nigerian doctor’s migration with the purpose of providing a formidable platform for networking amongst African and Irish businesses with the sole purpose of harnessing each other’s potentials. Also Dr Yewande Olupitan premiered a fantastic montage of Nigerian Diaspora and outlined the special relationship Nigeria has with Ireland in the past number of years.
Sandra Whitty from Global Medics Ireland was delighted to be involved in the event and received the following message from the Chairman of the Nigerian Association who is a Locum Consultant Psychiatrist through Global Medics:
“On behalf of the Association of Nigerian Doctors in Ireland, I want to thank Global Medics Ireland for sponsoring our inaugural dinner.”
Yours truly, Dr T E Anyansi (Chairman of the Nigerian Association)
The dinner was also a great opportunity for doctors to share their experiences of working and living in Ireland, as there is over 8000 African doctors practicing in Ireland, 2200 from Nigeria.
Sandra Whitty, Global Medics Division Manager wishes to thank the association and to express our continued support of the event. Global Medics Ireland looks forward to supporting and assisting many more doctors who wish to emigrate from Nigeria to Ireland.
Global Medics Ireland has assisted a large number of Nigerian doctors secure their ideal role in Ireland whilst providing an individual and personal service throughout the entire process. Click here to view the latest locum and salaried jobs in Ireland or email Sandra Whitty: firstname.lastname@example.org