am an individual with moral and intellectual integrity, and my academic and service engagement over the past years attests to my espoused ideals and commitment to reducing the knotty and monumental problem of health inequalities through public health which reflects in my achievements. On my own, I work very hard just as I would work hard in a team with an eye out for a successful outcome and these drive my passion for public health, besides my strong interest in being an administrator, educationist and health policy researcher. My research prowess reveals a prolific researcher (with a bias for global health systems, health financing and economics) and an expert in statistical analysis of health system and epidemiological data. In 2012 I obtained Masters Degree in Public Health (MSc Public Health) from the Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom, besides, I obtained a degree in Medicine and Surgery (MB.BS) in 2007, and demonstrated good leadership and administrative skills in the University and in Workplaces. I am Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH) United Kingdom, a public speaker and happy to work in teams and people oriented programmes. Currently, I work as a senior registrar in the department of Community Medicine, Delta State University Teaching Hospital, Oghara, Delta State, Nigeria. I am fully conversant with up-to-date information technology (IT) particularly in the health care industry and I apply analytical skills to practical solutions which are in line with my personal objectives.