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Wednesday, 2 May 2018

SUG Medical Director Fulfilled With Success Of 3RD Annual OOU-SUG Health Week





‘One in a million’ might be a cliché but it is the perfect expression for the just concluded OOU SUG Health Week as students were educated and entertained,  refreshment was not also out of context. 

In an interview with Campus Mirror, the host of the event, SUG Medical Director, Oguniran Damilola Adebare popularly known as Dumelo, when asked about the aim of the SUG Health Week, she said ‘one of the aims was to educate students as regard contraceptives and other health related issues that affect students’.

The 600level medical student further expressed her satisfaction at the reaction of students to the health week  ‘All thanks to God I believe with every activity that we have had, Students were able to achieve the aim of the event and I feel fulfilled".

The SUG health week which  kick-started on Tuesday 24th and was concluded on Friday 27th April with the Health Symposium and capacity building seminar started with an opening ceremony, community outreach and rally, the 3rd edition,organised through the Office of the SUG Medical Director.

The Health Symposium was themed: ‘Contraception; A means of resolving the menace’ which addresses issues about failed contraceptives, the importance of contraceptives and how ignorance about contraceptives has caused a lot of troubles for students and the solution to such problems, advantages of contraceptives and so many other issues concerning contraception, questions on this issue were entertained and answered reasonably by Kehinde Monsurat Temidayo, a 500 level medical student who represented the guest speaker Dr Sorunmbi who could not make it to the event for cogent reasons.

Also, Drug and its legality was delivered and addressed by another guest speaker Mrs Funmilayo Bamisaye from the National Drug and Enforcement Agency Ogun state command, she gave an insight on drug control, drug abuse, and much more.

By Sobukola Temiloluwa

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