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Nana Ofori-Atta Oguntola

Having met and spoken to Dr Titus Odedun about his name being removed from the medical register in the UK, and also having written two pieces about his experience with the GMC, I decided I’d dig deeper to find out why he was treated the way he was Read more

Opinion

Titus Odedun’s story is for me the very embodiment of that statement. Even more so in his case when he says ‘Ad astra, per aspera’, ‘To the stars through bolts and bars.’ At around 11 years old, Titus Odedun started working as a mechanic in Ibadan, Read more

People

One hears quite frequently of waiting lists in the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) - with patients having to wait for up to eighteen months to have their operation sometimes. Not for patients of Dr Titus Odedun. Read more

Health

Here was a black man of African descent no less, daring to be successful in England. Here was a black man affecting the money purses of insurance companies and that needed to be stopped. Read more

People

As I learn more about the story of Dr Titus Odedun, I become more convinced of the injustice meted out to him on the superficial premise of the colour of his skin. There is a sense of disenfranchisement here. That situation where a black man is Read more

Opinion

Despite being a surgeon, Dr Titus Odedun felt helpless when he was unable to save the life of his own wife following a diagnosis of a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer. The cancer was so small in size it could hardly be felt at diagnosis Read more

People

Here was a black man of African descent no less, daring to be successful in England. Here was a black man affecting the money purses of insurance companies and that needed to be stopped. Read more

People

  • GAB Awards recipients: Dr Adonis Aboud, Dr Titus Odedun, and Prof Lynch (represented by Mrs Nana Oguntola)