ABALAKA, Dr. Jeremiah Ojonemi Alabi

Born December 12, 1948

Ajiyolo, Abako- Oche, Dekina LGA, Kogi State




Ojonemi , Alabi


Dr Abalaka claimed to have discovered an effective medication for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. After several media reports on the purported breakthrough, he said he was prepared to inject himself with life HIV virus and at the same time treat himself with his vaccine.
Gender: Male
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  • Married
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State of Origin: Kogi State
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Father's Status Deceased
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Profession Immunologist, Medical practitioner;
Working Experience Enumerator, National Population Census, 1962-63 , Clerk, Barclays Bank, 1966-67 , Pre-Reg House Officer, Institute of Health, Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria, 1972-73 , Senior House Officer, 1973-74 , Registrar (Surgery), 1974-76 , Senior Registrar II, 1976-78 , Clinical Attachment, Royal Infirmary and Broadgreen Hospitals, Liverpool, England, 1977-78 , Lecturer, Surgery, Faculty of Surgery, university of Liverpool, England, 1977-78 , Senior Registrar I, 1978-79 , Medical Officer, Medical Centre, Ashaka Cement Company Ltd, 1979-83 , Assistant, General Manager, Ajaokuta Steel Company Ltd, 1983-89 , Chief Consultant, Kano State Health Services Management Board, 1989-90 , Consultant, Chief Surgeon, Benue State Health Services Management Board, 1990-94 , Chief Consultant (Surgery), Gwagwalada Specialist Hospital, Abuja, 1995-97 , Medical Director, Medicrest Specialist Hospital, Abuja, since 1998
Previous Appointments:

Director, Kogi State Hospitals Management Board
Kogi State Advisory Committee on the Prerogative of Mercy

Nigeria Medical Association

Native Authority Junior Primary School, Abocho, Kogi State; Ochaja Secondary School, Dekina, Benue State; St. Paul's College (now Kufena College) Zaria; Ahmadu Bello University

General Medical Council, London

Controversial and yet to be confirmed treatment for HIV/AIDS

Recipient, St. Paul’s College Runner-up Prize, American Embassy, 1966;
Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Excellence, School of Medicine Graduating Class, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1972;
Recipient, Professor Nicholson’s Prize for Chemical Pathology, 1972;
Recipient, Distinction, Postgraduate Certificate in Immunology Course, University of Ibadan, 1974

“I’ve thrown a challenge to the NMA and the Ministry of Health. Just arrange a public forum, you journalists can arrange it. Identify a person with HIV, I’ll take his blood and give it to myself. If I don’t get HIV, it means this is a preventive vaccine against HIV. It’s easy.”

Chess, Golf, Reading, D-I-Y car maintenance, hunting, photography,

Medicrest Specialist Hospital,PO Box 223, Gwagwalada, Abuja.

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