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CMDA Nigeria webinar series April edition focused on: “The Scourge of Lassa Fever”. The speaker, Dr. Yusuf Adedeji provided extensive information on the proposed factors responsible for the recent increase in the incidence of Lassa fever. He also emphasized on that with adherence to preventive measures and early presentation, Lassa fever can be adequately curtailed.

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Another interesting edition of our Starting Strong 2 for young doctors, held on Sunday, April 28th. This edition centered on “Ideals and Conducts in Excellent Public Service Delivery” with Prof. Olugbenga Mokuolu, the event speaker. He highlighted the key characteristics of service delivery which include comprehensiveness, accessibility, courage, continuity, quality, person oriented, and coordination.

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With The success of the Western Zonal prayer and Mission Conference 2024 (WZPMC) which was held at the Children Evangelism Ministry (CEM) Camp, Eiyenkorin, Kwara State. On the 12-14th of April. There are two more to go;

Northern Zonal Prayer and Missions Conference 2024 (NZPMC)

  • Date: 10-12th May
  • Venue: NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Wamako
  • Host Chapter: Usman Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital (UDUTH)


Eastern Zonal Prayer and Missions Conference 2024 (EZPMC)

  • Date: 10-12th May
  • Venue: Redeemed Christian Church of God, Provincial Headquarters, Nnewi
  • Host Chapters: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital and Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Teaching Hospital Anambra State.


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CMDA Nigeria Global Network held its Global General Meeting in April, during which Dr. Tobe Momah shared some insightful thoughts. Here are some excerpts from his exhortation:

Similar to the Brook/Valley of Zered (Deut. 2:13-15, Num 21:8-13), which was just 50 miles away from the Promised Land, Medicine can sometimes appear as the ultimate destination. Many individuals find themselves captivated by the wonders and intricacies of Medicine, as well as the fulfillment it brings to their careers. However, this fascination, no matter how alluring it may seem, ultimately leads to emptiness (Matthew 12:43-45).

Yet, beyond this emptiness lies the Promised Land that God intends for us. It’s a place of abundance, where we are filled and overflowing—a life that transcends mere existence and self-fulfillment. This is the life that God desires for us, one that goes beyond the accolades, achievements, and satisfaction found in earthly pursuits.

Remember, the only thing more concerning than a Christian struggling with sin is spiritually empty.

Drawing from Ephesians 5:15-18, we understand that true fulfillment requires an overflow—an abundance that can only come from continuous and unwavering devotion.


CMDA Rivers

In Rivers, CMDA family met virtually every week to pray. The sub-chapters continued their faithful visits to hospital wards, for evangelism, praying, encouragement, and delivering the message of healing in Christ Jesus to the patients. This month the sub-chapters RSUTH and UPTH visited the Female Surgical Ward and Pediatric Children’s Ward of their respective hospitals.

The brethren at UPTH gathered for a Prayer Meeting fellowship themed “The Mystery of Spoken Words” at the Senior Staff Canteen UPTH, hosted by the Family Medicine Department on the 25th of April 2024.

The RSUTH sub-chapter visited the Postnatal ward on March 12th to share Christ’s love with mothers, while the UPTH sub-chapter reached out to patients in the Paediatric surgery ward on March 21st. Additionally, the Doctor’s arm of the chapter supported the student’s arm in their Wholeness Mission at Eberikpoko School Field in Abua Odua LGA, on March 23, 2024. Towards the end of the month, the RSUTH chapter welcomed House Officers into the family at the Surgery Seminar Room, RSUTH.


The doctors and student of CMDA Akwa Ibom gathered for a family meeting and to also Celebrate CMDA Nigeria’s 52nd Anniversary at the Pediatrics Seminar Room, UUTH. The event was graced by the virtual presence of Prof. Chima Onoka, CEO of CMDA Nigeria, and facilitated by Dr Ekemini Udo. The event was fully packed with activities including, a review of last year’s performance, a discussion on the budget for 2024, and a presentation of the program for the year. After which they cut a cake in celebration of CMDA Nigeria’s 52nd Anniversary.

It was a beautiful time for the brethren in Uyo, as there were also testimonies shared of exam success and healing during the worship session.


Early in the month, Cross River Chapter (CRS) collaborated with Divine Grace Global Evangelical Ministries/ AVTHS for a two-day Rural Missions at Nwang Village, Ogoja L.G.A, CRS. The outreach reached out to over 440 persons in the community, primarily through clinical consultations, counseling, and Gospel crusades. It was a blissful experience, although the initial budget was exceeded. Some persons gave their lives to Christ, and the community chiefs surrendered the Nwang community to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The brethren in Cross River convened for an online prayer session during their bi-weekly prayer meeting days. Doctors and students of the state chapter gathered once more for their monthly forum meeting, which served to bid farewell to departing House Officers and Resident Doctors, as well as to welcome new members. Additionally, the meeting was marked by the inauguration of the LOC for Wholeness Outreach In August.

Other activities that took place during the event included testimonies, talks on “Career Paths in Medicine”, and “Financial Management for Young Doctors” and an address by the chairman. The meeting took place at the Upper Room Chapel, UCTH, Calabar. 


CMDA Enugu State members, including doctors and students, convened at the National Orthopedic Hospital Enugu on the 20th of April, 2024, for their monthly meeting. The fellowship featured a prayer session, praise, testimony sharing, and a Logo Exploration session, with Dr. Okpamen Jude as the facilitator.


CMDA family Ebonyi convened for their monthly meeting at the Cooperative Hall, FETHA 2. At the meeting which welcomed in the new house officers, the brethren bonded through prayers and engaged in a group discussion on “Academic Excellence” followed by an orientation for the new members of the family.


CMDA Imo enjoyed its monthly fellowship at Dr. Udonyang’s house, as they listened to an exhortation from Dr. Anele and a clinical presentation from Dr. PDM Njemanze on the 21st of April


The brethren at Bayelsa met online (Google Meet) daily to pray for its chapter and NMA. The gathered for fellowship at the ANC Hall, FMC Yenagoa on the 27th of April 2024.


CMDA NAUTH held its monthly congress at the NAUTH Clinical Building, focusing on the theme exposition for the year “A Light to the Nations.” Led by Dr. Nonso Emegoakor, the event brought together doctors and students for fellowship.


CMDA Ebonyi held its joint monthly meeting for doctors and students at the Cooperative Hall, AEFUTHA, in the last week of March.


CMDA Umuahia organized a Picnic/Love Feast for its members, featuring a cool topic on ‘’Keys to a Lasting Relationship and Marriage,’’ with Dr. Ihuoma Ukpabi as the speaker for the picnic. The event, held at the National War Museum, Umuahia, Abia State, was not short of celebration as New House Officers were warmly welcomed into the family, while outgoing members were sent forth as light to the nations.



In collaboration with the Redeemed Evangelical Missions (TREM) CMDA FMCA embarked on urban missions in Abeokuta South Ogun state. Activities carried out during the outreach included vital signs check, blood sugar check, medical consultation, dental consultation, free drug prescription, and distribution of welfare materials.

CMDA FMCA Abeokuta chapter organized a Send-forth/Welcome service for its House Officers and New Residents, themed “Go Ye Forth and Do Exploits” with a text from Daniel 11:32. The speaker, Dr. D.O. Awonuga charged members to do exploits and stand out in their different fields of life.


CMDA brethren at Edo convened for their monthly meeting at Methodist Baptist, Benin-Sapele road, on the 19th of April, 2024. The meeting was themed “STEADFAST” from 1 CORINTHIANS 15:58 which encourages members to remain strong in their commitment to faith in Jesus despite the trying times.


CMDA family in the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) went for Ward Evangelism a joint outreach in collaboration with the student’s arm, to minister to the patients on admission and share toiletries at the Stroke ward of UBTH. 


The brethren at LUTH graciously convened for their weekly prayer meetings held virtually via Google Meet. The chapter in partnership with Victoria Island Worship Centre, Assemblies of God, organized an Urban Missions medical outreach at Victoria Island. Main activities included checking of vitals, lab tests (blood glucose, hepatitis B, malaria RDT, and urinalysis), medical consultations, dental checks, eye checks, counseling, and dispensing of medications.

Furthermore, the chapter convened for its monthly meeting to study the Logo Exploration at the Chapel of Transfiguration on the 24th of April 2024.


In Ido-Ekiti, the brethren gathered for a fellowship-themed “The Effective Prayer” Members came with expectant hearts to petition the Father, who answered prayers, praying for the hospital management and their own lives. During the fellowship, Residents, Interns, and Medical Officers were welcomed into the state chapter.


Weekly prayer meetings brought together the Ogun Sagamu chapter every Friday to pray together at the Children’s Auditorium, Reigning Christ Chapel, OOUTH Sagamu.  They also met at the same venue for their monthly meeting on the 25th of April, 2024.


CMDA members of the Lautech chapter converged at the LTH Chapel for hospital in-reach moving to the Postnatal and Male Medical Wards to share the gospel of Christ, ‘’the only hope of the world.’’ They met virtually two days after for a prayer meeting.


CMDA family at the University of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital (UNIMEDTH) Ondo State met for their Monthly Meeting to discuss the “Importance of Mentorship in Medical Practice” via Google Meet. The session was led by Dr. Gbenga Awe.


In Ido-Ekiti, the brethren organized their Monthly Meeting focused on “The Effective Prayer”. New residents, medical officers, and interns were especially welcomed to the chapter. The meeting took place at the Hospital Chapel on April 25, 2024.


CMDA Osogbo organized its monthly fellowship and evangelism, inviting its members to participate in the double-packed event on the same day. Dr. S.B. Oderinde delivered a message on the topic “To Seek and Save the Lost” during the fellowship session. Following this, the members proceeded to hospital evangelism.


CMDA KWARA convened their members for fellowship at the Small Chapel, Chapel of Christ the Healer. The exhortation was given by Prof. J. A. Ogunmodede, as he addressed the members on the topic “Maximizing the Times and Seasons”.


In celebration of Dr. Amos Olufemi Okedare, chairman of CMDA Oyo, on his 70th birthday, a surgical and medical Outreach was organized by the celebrant on the 19th and 20th of April at Ofodo, Ogbo-Oloyin, Ibadan. CMDA Oyo participated in the outreach, which was a mega success. Not only were the medical needs of the community met but many souls were won.

Other activities in the chapter included its weekly prayer meeting and monthly fellowship with an exhortation focus by Dr. Sunday Adeoye on “The Wisdom from Above”.  Both meetings were held virtually via Zoom.



CMDA Keffi chapter gathered weekly for prayer sessions via Google Meet. They also met physically for fellowship at Federal Medical Centre, Keffi. During the fellowship, members had an awesome time of prayers, worship, and testimonies. Additionally, Dr. Adeola Afolabi presented a seminar on “Your Wellbeing and Spirituality” as part of a series of teachings aimed at house officers and other doctors, to equip them for a fulfilling life.


CMDA Municipal brethren gathered at the National Hospital Chapel for their monthly meeting on March 17th. Dr. John Ekweani delivered a brief message on the “Challenges of Practicing the Vision in Contemporary Times,” followed by a discussion on the theme. The meeting aimed to encourage members to maintain their faith while navigating the challenges in the country. Also, members volunteered to participate in the medical mission aspect of the Yimutu crusade by Harvest of Gospel Campaign on March 16th at the Redeemers Embassy Academy, Yimutu Abuja Nigeria.


The FCT Gwagwalada chapter doctors and students met for a general meeting at the Wholeness House on the 27th of April 2024. The meeting also featured a visit to an orphanage home where they shared love with the children and prayed for the home.


CMDA Borno chapter convened for fellowship at Salvation Chapel UMTH, where they listened to God’s message through Dr. Anna Peter, speaking on the topic “More than Work, Serve” from Col 3: 23-25. The event featured a welcome and induction service for the new House Officers in the chapter.


CMDA Benue family (student and doctor) met for a rich breakfast meeting at the Chapel of Christ the Restorer, BSUTH. The chapter brought its members together for a discourse on financial planning to equip members for prudent management of finances and making good financial decisions. The event featured a presentation from Dr. Terkaa Bitto, followed by a Q&A session, opening the floor for discussion.


CMDA Taraba chapter met for its regular weekly prayer meetings and in partnership with God’s Own Evangelistic Discipleship Mission GOEDM, and Fellowship of Christian Nurses Taraba State, the chapter went for a medical outreach at Juaro Shengai, Jalingo. During the medical outreach, other activities included counseling, sharing of gifts, and also barbing and plaiting of hair. To follow up with the new converts, the Evangelistic ministry decided to set up a church in the community.


CMDA Kogi Chapter sent out a call to prayers for missions to its members, gathering online via Google Meet to pray for its upcoming mission at the end of the month in Akpayan. The chapter, in partnership with Gospel Explosion Mission, organized a Wholeness Missions outreach at LGEA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Akpayan Village OWORO LGA.  Activities carried out during the outreach included Health Talks, Free Drugs, Free Diabetes & Hypertension Screening, Deworming, Consultations, Free Eye Care and Glasses, and sharing of the Salvation Message. The outreach ended as a huge success and all the Glory returned to good.


In Plateau CMDA Nigeria family gathered at Faith Alive Hospital. They met to intensively study the Logo Exploration to gain practical insight into being effective and truths that shape their thoughts and practice in medicine at home and abroad. 


The brethren at kebbi met at ECWA Church Makeran Gwandu for a beautiful time of fellowship. Activities at the fellowship included a prayer session, praise and worship, followed by a testimony session. Subsequently, there was a study on Logo Exploration, ‘’The Cross,’’ facilitated by Dr. Hauwa.


In Katsina CMDA members convened to fellowship together as a family. Giving praises to the lord and encouraging each other in the Lord.

CMDA Zaria

The Doctors in the Zaria Kaduna chapter convened for a lunch prayer meeting, at CMDA Chapel ABUTH, SHIKA, on the 17th of April 2024.


CMDA Bida chapter remained fervent in prayer as they met online every Tuesday in April to pray together. They met at the Praise field Chapel for their monthly breakfast meeting on the 13th of April, 2024.


CMDA Borno family met for their monthly fellowship at the Hospital Chapel UMTH on the 21st of April 2024. The event featured a special welcoming service for House Officers posted to various tertiary institutions within the State.


The brethren at Gombe organized a special CME service for its members during its monthly meeting which took place at the hospital Chapel and virtually via Google Meet on the 13th of April 2024. Members present and those following online were glad to listen to Dr. Ahmed Magem, PhD, as he presented on the topic “Application of Artificial Intelligence in Health” This insightful and timely discussion was appreciated by all.

“Be careful for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known unto God.” – Philippians 4:6

“O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.” – Psalms 65:2


  1. Thank God for all the previous successes in CMDA Nigeria programs and activities from generation to generation – Ps 100:4-5

2a. Praise God for all successes and ‘near success’ recorded so far in various examinations by CMDA students and doctors alike – Eccl. 3:14, 2 Cor. 2:14

2b. Pray for more success in the ongoing exams too.

  1. Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts:

And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting – consecrate yourself to God – Psalms 139:23-24

  1. Pray for God’s protection and preservation on CMDA Members, their families, and their properties – Psalms 34:7
  2. For the Joint Conference, pray for provision and financial prosperity for CMDA Nigeria as an Association – 2 Cor 9:8, Deut. 8:18
  3. Let us pray for supernatural supplies, safety, divine protection and visitations for all CMDA Nigeria’s programme and projects.
  4. Let us pray for the extraordinary move of God in every session of the 6th JnC and IfEHL – Hag. 2:9
  5. Pray that the 6th JnC and IfEHL programme facilitators and moderators will speak with unction from on high in Jesus name – Rom 8:28, Isa. 41:10, Matt 19:26
  6. Let us pray that God will through the 6th JnC launch His fire army that will revive and re-position Nigeria’s health sector till she becomes a praise in the land and that other nations will start to troop in to Nigeria for medical tourism. Amen – Judges 15:4, Isa 60:1:3
  7. Let every of the ongoing shaking in Nigeria, work out the glory of God – Ezek 21:27 I will overturn overturn, overturn…




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