- The future of medicine is looking all radiant with more black women taking charge of the medical field
- In a Twitter post shared on Sunday, February 16, a user on the platform, Ivie T showed off her friends
- Ivie was proud that all four of them are going to be doctors one day after finishing their medical studies
It is no longer news that black women around the world are making huge impacts. What may seem new in this age of social media is that a newer generation of women are proud and showing off their step towards greatness.
A social media user by the name Ivie T on Sunday, February 16, shared a cute picture of her and her three friends.
In the post, she rhetorically asked her followers on the platform if they believe that all four of them are going to be doctors someday.
Ivie further said that the future of medicine is “melanated”, which in other words means that melanin women will rule the medical world.
Reports have it that a huge number of doctors in the US are Nigerians. A recent analysis by CNN journalist, Fahreed Zakaria, buttressed the fact that many Nigerians are highly skilled in America.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that despite the fact that parenting could be a very hard task, some people still make it seem perfect in the way they go about it.
A Nigerian-American family has set a new standard in parenting as all their four children became doctors like their father.
This kind of thing could only have been achieved through dedication and a great parenting skill, without leaving out the place of the community that would allow such growth.
It was gathered that the children’s uncle, Herbert Oye, also a doctor, left Nigeria in the 1970s in pursuit of dreams in the US. He attended medical school and became a vascular surgeon before he moved back to Nigeria to open his hospital.
The four Nigerian children who all became doctors are David, Monique, Michele, and Melissa Oye.
In other news, a black nurse in South Africa, 57-year-old Gumede Thathakahle, took caregiving to another level as she entertains her patients with dance.
In a shared video on Facebook, she was seen dancing as she talked with the patients at the Philani Clinic in Scottburgh.
She said that she holds the belief that nurses should always give hope to their patients, something more effective than pills.
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