Prof. Innocent Ujah
Health and medical workers have shelved their planned industrial action on the backdrop of a 15-day ultimatum to the Federal Government by the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU).
There seems to be no resolution in the ongoing strike by Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) after 23 days, as they insist that the Federal Government must withdraw its suit against them at the National Industrial Court and...
On Saturday, Mark Essien, software developer and founder of Nigeria’s biggest online hotel booking site, celebrated a doctor, Omotayo Ojo, who did brain surgery on his dad.
20 Oct 2020
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) yesterday confirmed that COVID-19 killed 16 doctors, with 321 infected by the virus while treating patients.
11 Dec 2018
Prof. Innocent Ujah is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) and the immediate past Director-General of the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), Yaba, Lagos. Ujah is also the National Chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) committee on Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). He, in this…
6 Dec 2018
Prof. Innocent Ujah is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) and the immediate past Director-General...
30 Jul 2016
More revelations have emerged why President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday sacked Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of five agencies under the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH).
21 Jul 2016
Health experts have recently advocated for a unitary healthcare system in the country for better care to all Nigerians.
7 Jul 2016
I came to the Institute six years ago with my vision to restructure and repositioning NIMR because before now little was known about NIMR and also little was known about what the institute does.
19 May 2016
Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), Yaba, Lagos, Prof. Innocent Ujah, has urged National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) to press home their demands with high level of decorum.