Unizik Vice Chancellor , Prof Ahaneku tasks Professionals on practical



www.odogwublog.com reports that the Vice Chancellor Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka , Prof Joseph Ahaneku has admonished professionals in the University system to strive to leave legacies they would be remembered for in their profession like Prof Joseph Ifeanyichukwu Ikechebelu.

Prof Ahaneku gave the charge in an interview with www.odogwublog.com shortly after the 41st inaugural lecture of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka by Prof Joseph Ikechebelu entitled ‘EndoEYE View of the Woman’ and commissioning of an ultra modern state of the art Life hospital built by Prof Ikechebelu in Awka.

Prof Ikechebelu who built the world class hospital is a Professor of Obstetrician and Gynecology at the faculty of Medicine, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. He is also an expert in Minimal Access Surgery and a Fertility Specialist.

Prof Ahaneku insisted that there is nothing like professor professing what they claim experts in and commended Prof Ikechebelu for standing tall among his contemporaries in giving back to the society in his area of speciality even as he urged other professionals who are already professors to practice what they preach.

He reminded that himself as a professional working in Japan takes home a monthly salary worth his 25 years salary in Nigeria, encouraging all professionals to stick to practice in research and practicals to improve society as Prof Ikechebelu has set a standard without ever being in a public office hence no one can attribute his success to ill gotten wealth.  
He commended Prof Ikechebelu for not only professing his skills, imparting knowledge, and transferring skills but saving women from agonies of reproductive system failures in the society.
  The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Joseph Eberendu Ahaneku, however commended Prof. Ikechebelu for making the university proud through skills and research, pointing out that he has demonstrated strength in academics, science, entrepreneurship and willing to share his wealth of experience with others.

He commended Prof. Ikechebelu for making the university proud through skills and research, pointing out that he has demonstrated strength in academics, science, entrepreneurship and willing to share his wealth of experience with others.

 The world class hospital, Life international Hospital, with the state of the art facilities was commissioned and dedicated to God in Awka by the Anambra state governor, Chief Willie Obiano as represented by his Deputy, Dr Nkem Okeke and the Presiding Bishop of Grace of God Mission International, Bishop Dr Paul Nwachukwu.

The hospital built will employ the use of modern scientific technology, known as endoEYE view in the diagnosis and treatment of women related issues and as well, boost quality healthcare delivery of citizens.



Governor Obiano represented by his Deputy, Dr. Nkem Okeke while commissioning the edifice expressed shock that an individual could thought of putting in place such structure and modern technologies in diagnosis and treatment for the citizens and urged others to emulate him.
He commended the initiator of the project, said he was impressed at the touch of class and excellence, evident in the facility, stressing that present administration understands the strategic importance public private partnership as a catalyst for advanced development. 
He said further that about seventy five percent of the healing process is attributed to the human relation in the hospital, urged the staff of the establishment to be dedicated to their duty by being courteous among other good human virtues, and tasked the citizenry on playing their individual roles in the process of development of the State.
Prof. Joseph Ikechebelu had described women as a special breed and a carrier of godly environment such as the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes and pelvis but regretted that some factors like the sexually transmitted disease, uterine fibroid, tubal damage and peritoneal factors that distort the general environment in a woman could adversely result to infertility.
He further explained that EndoEYE system, available at Life hospital, is a high tech system used to examine the woman’s abdomen (laproscopy) and uterus (hysteroscopy) that transmits light and has a small video camera that sends images and video to a monitor or screen.

According to him, EndoEYE view can be used for improved diagnosis and surgery, easy procedure recording, assessment and treatment of conditions relating to the reproductive environment in a woman, adding that with the technological innovation in assessing woman’s environment, reproductive issues like tubal pathologies, tubal blockage, peri-tubal adhesions and Salpingistis with or without hydosalpinx can be identified and treated with ease.

Dedicating the edifice unto God, the Presiding Bishop of Grace of God Mission, Dr. Paul Nwachukwu stressed that the project was brought to fruition by God, through man's instrumentality, saying that just like the name of the hospital implies, when one is giving life, one is doing the work of God.
In a comment, the traditional ruler of Umunya, who is the Chairman of Oyi Traditional Ruler's Council, Igwe Kris Onyekwuluje said that Governor Obiano's solid foundation of security has attracted many developments into the State, calling on more people to come back home and invest, as return for their investments is guaranteed in the State.
Others present at the inaugural lecture and commissioning of the hospital include the traditional ruler of Abagana, Igwe Mbamalu Okeke, his Umunya Counterpart, Igwe Onyekwuluje, the CMD NAUTH Nnewi, Prof. Anthony Igwegbe, Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Unizik Prof Charles Esimone the sales representative of OM surgical New Delhi , India, Rajesh Patil, Commissioner for health , Dr Joe Akabuike, professional bodies, Management and senior staff of NAUTH, UNIZIK among others.

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