- Six female doctor friends recently got social media users mesmerised with their beauty after one of them shared a group photo on Twitter
- The beautiful doctors posed for the camera to celebrate their success and men flooded the reply section of the post with sweet comments
- These men could not stop shooting their shots at the health workers
Six doctor friends have got social media talking after an adorable group photo of them emerged on Twitter.
One of the doctors simply identified as Chioma shared the photo on her page to celebrate herself and her friends.
She captioned it:
"Me and all my girls stay winning! All doctors by the way."
In a chat with Legit.ng, Doctor Chioma disclosed that she became friends with the ladies back in medical school.
The young lady said she has always known that she would be a doctor, adding that she never wanted to do anything else.
According to her, despite being in medical school, she still had a social life.
In her words:
" I still went out, partied and traveled as often as I could."
Asked if she would be leaving the shores of the country like others in her profession, the doctor responded in the affirmative.
She advised aspiring doctors to ensure they find joy daily and have a life outside academics.
Tweeps were mesmerised by the health workers' beauty and they soon flooded the comment section to share their thoughts.
@UglyElvis jokingly asked the ladies who among them is single, adding that he was asking for his brother.
In his words:
"Who is single amongst y'all?? Asking for my brother."
According to @FCChidera, any man who wishes to marry a doctor should start wooing her early.
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"Any man that wants a doctor for a wife should start early. By the time they write the final exams, virtually all of them re hooked."
"I need to see the doctor in black and grey gown...... My tummy is doing me somehow oooooo."
In similar news, a Nigerian lady named Ibukunoluwa Yusuf celebrated her achievement after becoming a medical doctor.
Ibukunoluwa, who took to her LinkedIn page to narrate the journey of seven years, said it was characterised by joy, pain and tears.
In her words:
"I Still remember the day my name came out about 7 years ago on the admission list for medicine and surgery, I was overjoyed. It was indeed a dream come true.
"Since that moment on, I’ve lived my life in the service of this dream. It’s been 7 years of joy, 7 years of pain, 7 years of tears, 7 years of celebrating my little wins level after level and 7 years of hope."