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Saturday, December 09, 2017

First Ever Successful Kidney Transplant Took Place Yesterday In South Eastern Nigeria

The first ever successful kidney transplant in the South Eastern part of Nigeria took place at Federal Medical Center Umuahia, Abia State.





An excited Facebook user whose Brother-in-law was part of the doctors shared the great news.




23 comments:

  1. We have great doctors. If only the government will equip our hospitals, this type of good news will keep coming.

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    1. But why are Nigerians such poor students of history? Kidney transplants used to be done in St Nicholas Hospital in Lagos 20yrs ago. This is great news and does not need to be embellished so please don’t brand this as the 1st ever kidney transplant in Nigeria. The lies take something away from this excellent, feel-good story.

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    2. No anonymous 15:12 you re the one who can't read and comprehend cos of so much hate in you. " in Southeast Nigeria" where is lagos in Nigeria again? Nobody is draging anything with you sir.

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    3. Anon 15:12... Calm down biko. Stella Kork's post says "First Ever in Eastern Nigeria". Lagos is not in the east na. Haba.

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  2. Wow!!!
    Thank GOD!
    It will now be affordable for people that needs transplant

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  3. Thank God for that.

    I am blessed today for today's Shiloh.. It's a new dawn on my life... Those testimonies were lifting...

    Praise God



    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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  4. Great...this is one of the time am proud to be a Nigerian.
    God bless the medical team.

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    1. Actually it is Biafra.

      Please try and be specific next time.

      Who Nigeria Epp?

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    2. Chike see your life for outside. Biafra? Lasuth had carried out 3 successful kidney transplant before now nobody shouted. I just limited it to kidney transplant alone cos that is what is being discussed. Tribal bigot.

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  5. Wow. Weldone Doctors. The NMA be going great things lately.

    God is Awesome.

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    1. In 2017, we need to pick up the pace. Kudos anyways.
      Xp, good to know you are back on your feet again

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    2. AbaMade...thanks dear. I'm back and better. You didn't see your mail?
      Check.

      Hope you're set for Ekeresimesi.

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    3. Sweetie @Xp
      Welcome back dear


      KING XOXO MYSTERY

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    4. King XOXO...I see you dear. Thanks a bunch. You didn't check the otherwise.
      *wide grin*

      Happy weekend people.

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  6. Such great news! And it's not been celebrated all over. Rather we will make noise over useless news.

    I pray such great news continue from now on.

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  7. At last something good coming out of my country. Keep it up

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  8. Kudos docs, more insight fall on you all.
    Thank God for the success of the surgery.
    Quick and full recovery to the patient.

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  9. Mtchewwwwwww...

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  10. I just have to comment;πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Šthis is awesome news.

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  11. Thank God oooo.
    Happy that my state is in the news for something good.

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  12. This dr chime looks exactly like 1 ubth former resident in medicine then from FMC. Nice guy! Nice 1. First in southeast Nigeria between.

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