At 14 when most of her peers are stuck around their parent’s strings, Ebele Mogo left Nigeria for Canada to study shortly after receiving the 2005 best science student in 2005 WAEC. The 22 years old now boasts of a master degree in Global health from the university of Edinburgh Scotland and a degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Waterloo, Canada. The president of Engage Africa Foundation who also did an internship with the World Health Organization in Japan shares her experience on getting Africans to take ownership of their health with Hannah Ojo.
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