At the moment, I am an Intern pharmacist at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital Nnewi, Nigeria and I am Founder of Eagles-Haven Empowerment Initiative.
Being a student of EMU was a good experience for me. As an International University, EMU has provided me the opportunity to meet with people from various cultures and backgrounds and that has really equipped me today to adapt in any environment that I find myself in. EMU Faculty of Pharmacy, in a way, is a big family. We have professors and academic staff that are well diversed and equipped to impact us with knowledge that we need to go through pharmacy school and become the best pharmacists we can be. Working on my final year project, I had help from other students and other professors who were not part of my project. This is simply because our lecturers were there to help us and support us in the process of bringing the best out of us.
EMU Faculty of Pharmacy didn’t just prepare me to be a pharmacist, it prepared me to be a human being in our world who is ready to make an impact to make the change we want to see.