See The Updated Official List Of Fake Doctors In Nigeria

DOCTORIt is very possible that when you see them, you would not guess they have arrived. Even with a keen eye, you could miss the toga of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria Inspectorate team. With their white hilux vehicle and government plated numbers, they stormed a compound and after an exercise that lasted about 4hours, the scene was calm and everybody went about the normal activity for the rest of the day. That is how they work>>>


In a sure drive towards sanitizing medical practise in Nigeria, the Medical and Dental Council Of Nigeria, MDCN, Inspectorate Team periodically traverses the whole country to rid the profession of any interloper or quackery, reported or suspected.

Whenever it establishes that the doctor in question is a fake, then it officially publish the names of those concerned. It serves as a deterrent to others who may be inclined to follow the same path. Ultimately, it saves the medical profession the stank that have been associated with it in recent times.

According to the official website of the Medical And Dental Council of Nigeria, this is the list of quack doctors in the country as of Februray 2016…


Quacks ‘s Name Hospital LGA State
Boniface Ushie St. James Hospital
Bankole Aboidun St. James Hospital
Ifeoma Jane St. Peters Hospital
John James St. John Hospital
Emeka Ofu Federal Clinic
Tanko Dogo Bahago Some Clinic

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