37-year-old black lady and husband win, among top 2020 doctors in Charlotte, US

37-year-old black lady and husband win, among top 2020 doctors in Charlotte, US

- A black 37-year-old doctor, Sandy Charles, and husband, Theodore Nyama, were recognised among top medical officials in America

- Sandy said that the news of the development gives her so much joy

- It should be noted that the wife is a cardiologist while the husband, Nyama, is a plastic surgeon

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A doctor in the US, Sandy Charles, and her husband, Theodore Nyama, have been honoured as some of the best doctors in America.

On her LinkedIn page, Sandy said that she is very grateful to receive the award with her husband as she called the achievement a blessing.

The partners were recognized by Charlotte Magazine as the 2020 top doctors in Charlotte. Sandy said that they had to move to the community five years ago.

A collage of the doctors and Sany's workplace. Photo source: LinkedIn/Sandy Charles

A collage of the doctors and Sany's workplace. Photo source: LinkedIn/Sandy Charles
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 22-year-old woman, B Williams, and her husband became house owners in the US. She made the news known on Friday, July 10.

She said that they built the house themselves from the “ground up” as she thanked God for the great achievement.

In the pictures she shared, B Williams could be seen standing with her two children and her husband in front of the house’s driveway which accommodated their two exotic cars.

In other news, the American government through the US Mission in Nigeria recognized a Nigerian, David Anyaele, the director of the Centre for Citizens with Disabilities.

Anyaele was selected out of many to participate in a virtual Gold Star program, which will be organized in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

One very significant thing about his selection is that he is the only African that was chosen from Africa because of his excellent leadership skills.

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It should be noted that the Nigerian was a participant of the International Visitors Leadership Program: Marginalised Populations and Health Care in 2017.

According to the mission, there has been an increase of people with disabilities in the workplace and communities since the signing of the ADA in 1990.

The same mission recognized the effort of a Nigerian man, Oluwayomi Zeblon, for helping his peers during coronavirus pandemic.

A student at Lagos State University, the young man was able to organize a teaching session for his mates online in order to empower them to bring about change in their communities.

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