Texilians Received Medical Council Registration in Nigeria …

Time to Celebrate the Achievement of our Students

Dear Students you have made us proud!

Doctor is a word, when heard by anyone can immediately develop respect in the heart. Medical profession is considered a noble profession and the doctors have been always compared and equated next to God. A doctor is the only person on the earth to treat a patient irrespective of caste, creed, religion, financial status, or social status. His sole responsibility should be to remove the miseries of the suffering patients.

Here we have our proud Nigerian Students who graduated from Texila American University and cleared their Medical Council Exams (Medical and Dental Council Assessment Examination (MDCN)). They have received the licence to practice Medicine in their home country. We are proud and delighted to be a part of their noble and holistic journey as responsible “DOCTORS”.

The Students who had cleared the Screening Test were:

Registration No                                     Student Name

2012010028                                         Ugochuwuku Cyprian Nzeadi

2012010031                                          Chinedu Joseph Asiegbu

2011010041                                          Beatrice Shekwolo

2012010030                                        Bonaventure Atulomah Chidera



Texila American University is one of the rapidly growing Medical Schools in the Caribbean with students from around 40 countries. With the growing demand for medical professionals around the world, Texila caters to the most in demand medical education to the students who aspire to become doctors.

We Take this opportunity to wish our students a great Success!!!


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Wishes from Texila American University for this African Freedom Day!

imgpsh_fullsizeblogIt is our mission to observe the highest standards of ethics, integrity and compassionate care for students and community at large.

Today we celebrate the land of the free and the home of the brave.

This day reminds us of the sacrifices made by the founding fathers that led to the liberation of Africa. We must consider the high price paid by freedom fighters and find a meaningful way to say thank you to them.

May this Freedom Day help all to fulfill the promises set forth at independence of a democratic and prosperous continent!

Together, let’s build a society that responds to our needs and honours the democratic choices. May the coming year bring progress toward a healthy and prosperous nation respectively.”

Happy Freedom Day 2016!

Freedom, Liberty, and Unity”

The President
Texila American University Group

Texila American University,
Diamond Park (Opposite to Mass Media), Lusaka, Zambia;
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