#CreatePreneurAfrica Favour Suyi -Nigeria’s Medical Laboratory Scientist , enilghtening all about the awareness and enlighten the public about the plight of haemophilia

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Favour Eguagie-Suyi, all the way from Edo State in Nigeria,a 300 level student at Ambrose Ali University.Africa's Medical Laboratory Scientist in training and a licensed Medical Laboratory Technician. He is stepping in full steam ahead with #Cobuilders in the enlightenment of his passion and profession!
https://www.thecobuilders.com/project/view/39b57fb27e3626154aa92b7789b65949
He has worked at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Edo State Central Hospital and shared skills in the private health sector as well.

Meet CreatePreneurAfrica Favour Eguagie-Suyi, Nigeria’s Medical Lab ‘Futurist’

https://www.thecobuilders.com/project/view/39b57fb27e3626154aa92b7789b65949

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

What actually drove me to pursue haemophilia was my exposure to the pains and limitations of haemophilia patient. These people know little or nothing about their condition and peg it on some speculation thereby their condition grows from bad to worse. I discovered the way to help is to enlighten my people.

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

The passion to be a medical laboratory scientist came when I was in senior secondary class two. I got to know about the profession through my dad, he introduced it to me, I made my research, checked other medical profession and decided to choose this path and since then I have a strong drive to get into the profession and make a difference. As a youngster, I discovered I was called to be a medical laboratory scientist

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

What appeals to me most is the fact that I could render help in a genuine way by resuscitating men back

What drove you to make money to life from your passions? When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

I have never been paid for my passion all I have done was sacrificial

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

What really kept me moving during difficult times was my passion for my profession which reminds me I may be the hope of some few with no hope left.

What motivates you every day to be even more successful? 

What motives me to be more successful is passion for my chosen profession and the fact that I could touch the world if I can be diligent.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you? 

To all those that doubted me, I will say don’t give up on a man with dreams because someday that dream will speak

What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

To aspiring creatives I will say don’t give up soon, it may be tough but you can pull through if you persist

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