Day: October 4, 2021

Meet Nancy Abu-Bonsrah, The First Black Neurosurgery Resident At Johns Hopkins Hospital

Ghanaian medic Nancy Abu-Bonsrah made history in 2017 when she became the first black female resident in neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Born and raised in Ghana, she moved to Maryland when she was 15 and achieved this by 26. As a child, Nancy moved periodically between small villages and big cities with her …

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Meet Dr Reginald Aziza, From 3 First Class Degrees at 22 to Doctor of Philosophy in Law from Oxford University

Three years ago, Reginald Aziza made the news for bagging three first class degrees before he turned 22 years old. He took and passed his Junior School Certificate Examination (JSCE) at the age of 12. He decided to study law as a way of rebelling against his father’s plan of making him study to be …

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