A new medical doctor, MISS OYELEYE LATEEFAH ABIOLA, is our envoy for this week.

Lateefah, who is the daughter of a trader and transporter, emerged as the overall best graduating student from both the Faculty of Medicine and in a course offered by the entire students of the the V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkov, Ukraine.
 
Lateefah is from a quite large family, born and raised in Ibadan, Oyo state, where she attended primary and secondary schools respectively. She specifically had her primary education at Fountain Private School; junior secondary school at Muslim Grammar School and further went to Ad-din International College where she completed her secondary education.
In this interview, she narrates what worked for her and some of the challenges faced.

In an emotional laden voice, she says, “My dad is into transport business, my mum buys and sells but…

 Read full interview:

 http://www.iwitness.com.ng/three-lessons-my-journey-taught-me-hijabite-who-emerges-as-overall-best-in-ukraine-national-university/

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