It's more of a fairly tale story that you had expected to hear from an Amadi, Tunde, Musa or Owobokiri, because it's actually the Nigerian story of medical excellence accomplished not in UK, USA or Saudi Arabia. It's a story of an Indian, who loves Nigeria so much that he naturalized here after following his father to Nigeria at a tender age. So, having stayed here for over 50 years, therefore, it's no longer the story of an Indian. It's now the story of Dr. Hassan who against all odds decided to stick here and contribute his quota in building a greater Nigeria. Happening at a time when our very best brains are running out of the country to go and seek greener pastures elsewhere, makes the story more unique and inspiring. Just that Dr. Hassan is publicity shy, if not lots of Nigerians ought to have known him and in knowing him...
Some state governors in the protectorate have by their actions commended or supported insecurity ravaging their domains.