Support Builds for Tajudeen Salau’s Lagos NMA Vice-Chairmanship Ambition

Support Builds for Tajudeen Salau's Lagos NMA Vice-Chairmanship Ambition

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Ahead of the closure of campaign for elective position in the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) Lagos Chapter, Tajudeen Mobolaji Salau, who is vying for the post of Vice Chairman I, got another boost with the huge support garnered by for him by the old students of Falomo High School in Lagos.

The man, Tajudeen Salau, according to them, deserves the post, having served meritoriously at various capacities in the Medical guild and the Continuous Medical Education section of the NMA in Lagos.

In a statement issued and signed by a member of the FHS forum, Mr. Niyi Adeduro, Salau’s capability and competence coupled with his humane qualities were cited as basis for the massive support he’s enjoying for the race.

“Tajudeen Mobolaji Salau is a good friend and colleague of ours while in the high school and the entire old students of Falomo High school make bold to say he is good to go for the task ahead having proven his worth in various capacities prior to now, we are very much in zinc with his aspiration as vice chairman I, in the Lagos State chapter of the Nigeria Medical Association, Adeduro stated.”

The support by FHS is coming ahead of the Association’s election billed to hold on Thursday 6th of August, 2020. Tajudeen Salau is a Principal Medical Officer at the General Hospital, Lagos.

He disclosed to newsmen that his keen interest in the affairs of Lagos NMA dates back to over 20 years, with good grasp of what the needs are and the peculiarities.

“It has always been my aim to make appropriate contributions to the Association, but this is hardly possible by standing aside.
“The above informed my decision to run as 1st Vice Chairman of Lagos NMA, with a view to contributing my quota towards the development of the Lagos doctor,” said Salau.

He added that his experience cuts across the Medical Guild where he had served as Assistant Secretary and even the NMA where he served for two terms in the Continuous Medical Education (CME) committee of Lagos NMA.

-Sean Polotee