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Photos: History is Made as Nigerian Doctor Becomes the First Female Heart Surgeon in West Africa

Just like the saying goes, "What a man can do, a woman can do better", a Nigeria woman has made the country proud in her latest feat, after she became the first ever female heart surgeon in the country and in the sub-region.
A Nigerian medical doctor named Mgbajah Ogadimma, has made history, and also making the country proud after becoming the first female Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Nigeria and West Africa as a whole. 
The excited Dr. Ogadimma took to twitter few hours ago to share the good news to friends, family and followers. She posted a group photo of her alongside her colleagues and wrote: "Very long journey, 7 years plus, three continents! #heartsurgery #first female heart surgeon in West Africa!."
In another Tweet, she wrote, "Dr Mgbajah Ogadinma First female Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Nigeria and West Africa! #historymaking #trail blazer! #God'sgrace!"
A big congratulations to her!


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