According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), for a country to have enough doctors for its population, there should be one doctor to 600 persons. However, the ratio in Nigeria is 1:4000, meaning one doctor is to cater for no fewer than 4000 persons.1 It goes without saying that Nigeria
Born in Jos, Nigeria, on the 16th of March 1983, Kanayo is the third of three siblings. He had his education in Jos and graduated as a medical doctor in 2009. Kanayo worked as a medical doctor and medical liaison officer in Kano, Lagos and Abuja before relocating to the United Kingdom in 2015 to further his studies and forge a career in the UK. Kanayo is passionate about medical communications and plans to be a freelance medical writer while still practicing as a medical doctor. Kanayo is happily married with a son.