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We will continue to play significant role in community healthcare advancement – Chief Paul Ezenwa, UNN 2003 Pharmacy Class awardee
By: Abara Blessing Oluchi
Mon, 6 May 2024   ||   Nigeria,

One of the recipients of the awards given at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) 2003 Pharmacy Class and 20th graduation anniversary for distinguished colleagues blazing the trail in the world of pharmacy, Chief Dr. Paul Ezenwa, Akudo/Akuzulu Ora 1, has assured that they will continue to play a significant role in the advancement of healthcare both in the faculty of Pharmacy, UNN, and the respective communities.

“The things we aim to achieve during this reunion are incredible, like giving back to the faculty as they keep supplying the health care industry with quality, skilled and passionate pharmacists, supporting one another to ensure growth in our chosen fields,” he said.

Dr. Ezenwa told CEOAFRICA at the recently concluded UNN 2003 Pharmacy Class reunion held between Friday, April 5 and Sunday, April 7, 2024, at Best Western Plus Hotel, Independence Layout, Enugu.

Ezenwa who travelled from the United States to witness the reunion, said that seeing his classmates after twenty years of post-graduation means a lot, adding that, “I learnt a lot of things from them since no one is an island of knowledge. In the process of interacting, you get to learn a lot of things.”

He encouraged his classmates to use the celebration to reflect and take pride in all the incredible achievements made in the last two decades. “As we reminisce about our old school days, let us also use the opportunity to inspire and motivate one another for future growth. The future is bright for us all,” he added.

Reacting to his awards as the Esteemed Male Philanthropist and Outstanding Pharmacist Entrepreneur, Chief Ezenwa said he was taken unawares with the awards from his colleagues, noting that since he defied all odds to be at the event against the initial plans he had not to attend, the awards are drivers to do more to the society.


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