RANSOME-KUTI, Dr. Bekololari

MB, Ch.B., FWACP, FMCGMP; physician, human rights activist; b: August 2, I940;ht: Abeokuta; so: Ogun; m: Mitchel Brenda (descased); nc: one s, three d; ed: Mrs. Kuti's Class, Abeokuta, 1945-50; Abeokuta Grammar School, 1951-56; Coventry Technical College, England, 1957-58;University of Manchester, England, 1958-63. cr: House Physician, Massey Street Children's Hospital, Lagos, 1964;HouseSurgeon,GeneralHospital, Lagos, 1964;MedicalOfficer,Federal Ministry of Health, Lagos, 1965; Snr. House Officer, Rochdale Infirmary, England, 1965-66; Snr. HouseOfficer, Medicine, LagosUniversity Teaching Hospital, Lagos, 1966; Snr. House Officer, Medicine, University College Hospital, Ibadan, 1966-67; Medical Officer, Lagos State Ministryof Health, 1967; School Health Officer, Lagos State Ministry of Health, 1968-77; Medical dir. Junction Clinic, Lagos, since 1966; secretary-general, Nigerian Medical Association, 1979-82; f: Medical College of Nigeria in General Medical Practice, since 1984; West African College of Physicians, since 1986;mm: Nigerian Medical Association; Nigerian Medical Council, 1980- 84; Lagos State Interim Hospital Management Board, 1976-78; Federal Government Panel on Model Edict on Private Practice, 1978; Nigeria Medical Council, 1980-84; assistant secretary-general, Confederation of African Medical Associations and Societies, 1982-85; Management Board, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, 1986-89; Advisory Group of Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, since 1988;LUTH Disciplinary Committee/Finance and General Purposes Committee, 1986-89; Quackery Committee, Nigerian Medical Association, 1987, Board of Governors, Ransome-Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Surulere, Lagos, 1989-9l;Board of Directors, Nigerian Medical Association Investment and Trust Company Ltd, 1990; Commonwealth Advisory Commission on Human Rights, since 1992; ch: Association of Resident Doctors, Lagos State Hospitals, 1972-78; Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos State Chapter, 1977-80, 1983-84; LUTH Medical Practices Committee, 1986-89; Committee on Remuneration of Doctors, Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos State, 1990;Nigerian Medical AssociationEmergency and Relief Committee, since 1993; Campaign for Democracy(coalitionof over 28 NGOs and individuals committed to the establishmentof genuine democracy in Nigeria), since 1992; first national v-presd. Nigerian Medical Association, 1984-88; presd. Committee for the Defence of Human Rights, 1989-95; arrested and sentencedto 15 years imprisonment in 1995 for accessory to treason, freed 1998; Executive dir. Center for Constitutional Conference . sc: Ikoyi Club, Lagos, hob: tennis, squash, chess. off:/res: 6/8 Imaria Street Anthony Village, PO Box 7247, Lagos, tel: 01-4966555, 4960363. fax: 01-4960363. e-m: [email protected].
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