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Who Is Joy Adesina?

Dr Joy Adesina whose full name is Joy Oyinlola Adesina is a Nigerian born Medical Doctor and the beautiful niece of ex Nigerian minister of Agriculture, Akinwumi Adesina who emerged as the top graduating student in Medicine from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).

Joy Adesina is the Best Medical Graduating Student from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) who was honoured by Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun who gave her Five Million Naira Cash price, a Bungalow from the state Housing Scheme and a Residency Scholarship at Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu Ogun State.

Dr Joy Adesina Profile Data Bio Facts

Name: Joy Adesina

Full Name: Joy Oyinlola Adesina

Title: Joy Adesina

Nationality: Nigerian

State Of Origin: Ogun State

Tribe: Yoruba

Religion: Christian

Date Of Birth: 1997

Age: 24 Years Old

Uncle: Akinwumi Adesina

Occupation, Career: Medical Doctor

Net Worth: ₦5 Million Naira

House: Bungalow in Ogun State

Relationship, Marital Status: Single

Married: No

Husband: None

Boyfriend: N/A

School: Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)

Course Of Study: Medicine and Surgery

About Joy Adesina Awards And Distinctions

Victor Oladokun Wrote on Facebook

I am so proud of Dr Joy Adesina, who has emerged as the top graduating student in Medicine at the #ObafemiAwolowoUniversity (OAU), Nigeria. Her record-breaking and exceptional list of 9 top awards and 10 distinctions include the following - 

AWARDS: 

1. NIGERIA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PRIZE: To the student with the best overall result in the M.B.Ch.B degree examination

2. FACULTY PRIZE: For the candidate with the best overall Performance in the Faculty of Clinical Sciences.

3. OLANINGBE MAKANJUOLA MEMORIAL PRIZE: To the best student in Medicine and Medical Specialities in Part 111 MBChB degree examination.

4. DR. OLUYEMI O. BADERO FOUNDATION PRIZE: For the best overall student in the Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) Final Examination in the Faculty of Clinical Sciences

5. MAJOR GENERAL OLUFEMI OLUTOYE PRIZE: To the student with the best overall performance in the first professional examination

6. ADELINE OLU AJAYI: To the best graduating student in Physiology in the second MBChB Examination

7. GLAXO ALLENBURY PRIZE: To the student with the best result in the final M.B.Ch. B degree examination in Paediatrics

8. PAEDIATRIC ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA PRIZE: To the student with the best result in the final M.B.Ch. B degree examination in Paediatrics

9. PROFESSOR O TAIWO MEMORIAL PRIZE: To the student with the highest mark in clinical examination in the final MB.Ch.B examination in Paediatrics

DISTINCTIONS:

1. Distinction in Surgery

2. Distinction in Community Health 

3. Distinction in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

4. Distinction in Pediatrics and Child Health

5. Distinction in Dermatology 

6. Distinction in Mental Health 

7. Distinction in Pharmacology 

8. Distinction in Anatomy 

9. Distinction in Biochemistry 

10 Distinction in Physiology

Celebrating you Dr Joy. Congratulations to you and the Adesina family.

#AkinwumiAdesina

Dr Joy Oyinlola Adesina: Best-Graduating Student Gets N5m, Bungalow and Scholarship from Ogun State Governor (Photos)



Dr Joy Oyinlola Adesina has been honoured by Ogun State Governor Prince Dr Dapo Abiodun for emerging the best-ever graduating student faculty of clinical sciences, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife has produced.

The lady received the gifts during a physical award presentation. Photos of the presentation was shared on Governor Dapo's Facebook page. 

She emerged as the best graduating student of the faculty of clinical sciences.

He also gave her a scholarship for her residency programme at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, OOUTH. 

He commended the lady for being a good ambassador of the state and he stated that her feat showed that with commitment, dedication and hardwork one can achieve uncommon success. 

The lady broke a 29-year-old record as the best graduating student the faculty of clinical science has ever produced. A state from the school's official website confirms that the university was formed in the year 1961. The faculty of sciences was created in 1992.



Governor Dapo wrote on Facebook:

Receiving Dr Joy Oyinlola Adesina, Best Graduating Student ever produced in the history of her department in OAU, Ile-Ife, I presented house, cash and scholarship awards on behalf of the Ogun State Government.

Multiple award-winning Dr Adesina, proud indigene of Ogun State, graduated from the Department of Medicine and Surgery, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Obafemi Awolowo University.

In line with the State Government's commitment to hard work portrayed in indigenes within and outside the State, she has been gifted a bungalow, 5million Naira cash prize and residency scholarship at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, OOUTH.

#BuildingOurFutureTogether #ISEYA #OgunState"

Joy Adesina State Of Origin, Home Town, Tribe: Where is Dr Joy Adesina from? Joy Adesina hails from Ogun State, Nigeria. She is Yoruba by tribe.

Joy Adesina Age, Birthday, Date Of Birth: How old is Dr Joy Adesina? Joy Adesina was born in 1997. She is currently 24 years old as at 2021.

Dr Joy Adesina Parents

Picture of Dr Joy Adesina Parents

Family, Parents, Father, Mother: Joy Adesina father is an archdeacon in Ibadan Anglican Communion. He is also a chartered accountant and a doctor in divinity.

Joy Adesina mother works with the Federal Ministry of Education.

Her parents have been a great pillar of support for her.

Joy Adesina parents are proud of her. They were at the event where Ogun State Governor, Dapp Abiodun presented prize gifts to their daughter, Joy Adesina. They thanked the Governor for the gifts and her Dad prayed for Ogun state while her mother was shedding tears of joy.

Classmates accused me of sleeping with lecturers for making excellent grades in OAU medical school – Joy Adesina, graduate with 10 distinctions Tells The Punch

Dr Joy Adesina Punch Interview

24-year-old Joy Adesina received gifts of a house, N5m and a scholarship from the Ogun State Government for emerging as the best graduating medical student from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State in the 2018/2019 academic session. In this interview with ALEXANDER OKERE, Adesina says her achievements did not come on a silver platter

You were recently honoured by the Ogun State Government with a house, N5m gifts and a scholarship for further studies. Was it something you expected?

I wasn’t expecting the gifts given to me. It came as a surprise. I received a phone call from His Excellency himself, Prince Dapo Abiodun, in which he congratulated me and informed me that I was going to be invited to my home state, Ogun, to be honoured.


Can you describe exactly how you felt when the governor announced the reward at the reception organised in your honour?


I was speechless! I wasn’t expecting it at all. It was a roller coaster of emotions, one mixed with shock and excitement.


Your mum was seen shedding tears. What do you think went through her mind?


It must have been tears of joy. She was in awe. I’m sure she was thinking about all the trials I went through in the past years and how God made me come out victorious.


What kind of trials did you go through?


I ran into a shootout during an armed robbery and in that same week, I was involved in a ghastly motor accident.


The governor said the medical scholarship would be for your residency at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu. Was it your original plan to undergo residency at OOUTH?


It wasn’t in my plan to have my residency at OOUTH; I am, however, very grateful for the scholarship given to me. As to my plan, I think I’d rather stay quiet on that.


Would you undergo residency at OOUTH?


I don’t know yet.


There are several reports online about the number of awards and distinctions you got at the university. Can you clear the air on that?

I finished with nine awards and 10 distinctions, but 13 distinctions if you counted it per level: 200 Level, I got distinction in Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology; 300 Level: distinction in Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology; 400 Level: distinction in Pharmacology; 500 Level: distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Paediatrics and Child Health, distinction in Dermatology, and distinction in Mental Health; 600 Level: distinction in Surgery and Community Health. I graduated in the 2018/2019 academic session.


Was this feat part of the academic targets you set for yourself from your first day in OAU?


No, it wasn’t. I actually struggled during my first year in school. However, when I started seeing my second-year results, I was encouraged, so I kept doing my best to excel with the help of God.


Which among the distinctions surprised you the most and why?


The distinction in Mental Health surprised me the most because I didn’t exactly like the course and so I wasn’t expecting much from it.


No doubt, graduating top of your class in a renowned university comes with a lot of sacrifices. What were the things you had to let go to remain focused as a medical student?


Hmmn, I wouldn’t say I let go of anything in particular. I just planned my time and lived a balanced life. I prioritised a lot and allocated my time accordingly.


What was your study schedule like as a medical student?


I attended lectures and clinical sessions from about 8am to 4pm or 5pm. It, however, differed depending on the unit where I found myself. When I got back, I ate and rested till about 7pm after which I studied till 9pm. My bedtime was from 9pm to 2am; I then studied from 2am to 6am. I had my quiet time and prepared for school between 6am and 7:45am. However, during examination periods, I slept from 9pm to 12am to create more time to study. I allocated time per course and did not put too much on my plate than I could handle per day.


Do you consider yourself a social person?


No, I do not. But it doesn’t mean I don’t socialise, I do it once in a while as my schedule permits.


What kind of company did you keep at school?


I kept a small circle of friends and I carefully selected my friends, basically people of like mind.


Were there times you thought about giving up the goal of graduating with brilliant results?


Yes, there were times I felt like giving up. It wasn’t a smooth journey all the way; not everyone was happy that I was consistently leading my class. Some said a lot of nasty things about me and some even dragged my family. It was so bad that I didn’t know when I slipped into depression in my fourth year and found myself deliberately choosing the wrong answers in my tests and exams because I didn’t want to lead the class. It took the support of my family to get through those times.


At what point did you first notice that your efforts were paying off?


It was in my first year. I struggled with my tests, getting average scores and I even failed one, but I didn’t give up; I studied really hard for the exams and finished with a CGPA of 4.84. It was a source of motivation for me to keep pushing myself beyond my comfort zone.


Did people around you think you were aiming too high?


Yes, a lot of people did think that. It wasn’t as though I was even aiming too high; I had just got to a point where I couldn’t afford to just settle for less.


What were the other things people said to discourage you?


Hmmn, this question is deep. I got a lot of back-stabbing; people accused me of sleeping with lecturers to get questions. They didn’t even know that I was dealing with sexual harassment at that time, so it was a lot to take in. Some even went as far as saying that my uncle had the college in his pockets. Some couldn’t even stand a lady leading the class. There were so many other things people said, but in all, I learnt that the only way to shut people up was to be consistent in all that I do and that was what I did by the grace of God.


Is having fantastic results something that dates back to your years in primary and secondary schools?


Yes, I did excellently in my primary and secondary schools. I had four As, four B2s and one B3 in my Senior School Certificate Examination. I was the Health Prefect of my secondary school and I won many prizes through secondary school.


Would you say the feat you have achieved also runs in your family?


Yes, it does run in my family. My family does not joke with education and so many feats are yet to come.


Can you tell us the kind of parents you have and how they supported you?


My dad is an archdeacon in Ibadan Anglican Communion. He is also a chartered accountant and a doctor in divinity. My mum works with the Federal Ministry of Education. My parents have been a great pillar of support; they are always there to cheer me on with their words of encouragement and consistent prayers. They were always there for me, every step of the way and they sacrificed a lot to see me through school. Seeing them so proud is my highlight in all these.


How did mentoring help you at school?


Mentoring helped me to be accountable and responsible. I had mentors like Dr Mrs Ijarotimi and Dr Olasehinde.


How are you related to the President of the African Development Bank, Dr Akinwumi Adesina?


My uncle, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, and his wife, Mrs Oluwayemisi, basically sent me to school; they took me as their own and supported me all the way with finances, words of encouragement and so many other things. My aunt was always interested in every bit of my education and well-being. She is my greatest cheerleader.


Do you think being a niece of the AfDB president was why some people felt your good grades came through influence rather than hard work?


Well, yes. It’s expected. People have a right to their opinion. It doesn’t change the truth.


What do you plan to do after your national service?


My plans are in the hands of God as He alone knows the future and would direct my path.

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