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President Buhari congratulates distinguished Nigerian surgeon Olagunju Ogunbiyi for beating COVID-19 in London Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a message of congratulations to Dr. Olagunju Ogunbiyi, the distinguished Nigerian Consultant Surgeon on his discharge from hospital in London after recovering from COVID-19.

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Dr. Ogunbiyi has taught several generations of UK doctors and is an eminent surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital, one of London’s leading reference hospitals. He was under care for two and a half weeks and is now completely recovered.

A hospital source said Dr. Ogunbiyi was “irreplaceable” – such was the regard he was held in the UK healthcare community.

President Buhari on behalf of all Nigerians wished Dr. Ogunbiyi quick recuperation and early return to work.

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