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Nabdam MP’s son passes medical licensure exams, furthers family tradition

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The Member of Parliament for the Nabdam Constituency, Dr. Mark-Kurt Nawaane, has announced that his son, Dr. Tinstebah Nawaane, has successfully passed his licensing exams conducted by the Ghana Medical and Dental Council, marking a significant milestone in his journey toward becoming a medical practitioner.

Dr. Tinstebah Nawaane, following in the footsteps of his family’s long tradition, has demonstrated his commitment to serving the nation by choosing to practice medicine within the country, according to the MP.

The Nabdam MP expressed his joy and excitement over his son’s achievement, taking to his social media platform to extend his heartfelt wishes and support for Dr. Tinstebah’s future endeavors.

In a post on his social media page, Dr. Mark-Kurt Nawaane shared the news, stating, “Dr. Tinstebah Nawaane has passed his licensing exams by the Ghana Medical and Dental Council to practice medicine in our dear country. He is back to serve the nation.”

His words reflect not only the pride he feels for his son’s accomplishment but also his family’s enduring commitment to contributing to the healthcare sector of Ghana.

The Nawaane family’s commitment to the medical profession extends beyond Dr. Tinstebah Nawaane’s accomplishment. With an eldest son who is a practicing medical doctor and a youngest son currently pursuing a similar field at the KNUST campus in Kumasi, the family exemplifies a dedication to healthcare and public service that spans generations.

Dr. Tinstebah Nawaane’s success serves as an inspiration not only to his family but also to the community he hails from, as his story highlights the potential for positive change and progress that lies within Ghana’s youth.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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