The President and Founder of Maryam Abacha American University and Franco-British International University, Kaduna, Prof. Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo, has facilitated with Proffessor Rayyan Muhammmed Garba over his 40th birthday.
Proffessor Rayyan Muhammad Garba is the Director, Academic Planning at Maryam Abacha American University of Niger.
The facilitation message was contained in a letter signed by Prof. Abubakar Gwarzo and made available to the celebrant.
Prof. Gwarzo, who is the President of Association of Private Universities in Africa, described Prof.Rayyan as an honest and trustworthy person who is committed to ensuring that youth especially from the Northern part of the country in particular and Nigeria in general acquire quality science and technical education.
In recognition of the qualities of the celebrant, he wished the celebrant happy birthday and more prosperity on behalf ofthe Management of Maryam Abacha American University and Franco-British University.
Dr Rayyan Garba is a Consultant Public Health Physician and an Associate Professor of Public Health. He won the British Commonwealth Scholarship to study MSc Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
He has attended many national and international trainings including a training on case study design and development, at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta Georgia, USA; and the 10th ‘Vaccines for Africa’ Vaccinology Course at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
He has implemented many health programmes/projects for national and multi-national development partners and non-governmental organizations, including the World Health Organisation, USAID, DFID, NPHCDA among others.
Dr Rayyan is a well experienced researcher who has conducted national surveys, and has published locally and internationally in peer-reviewed journals on variety of contextual and contemporary public health issues.
He is also a peer-reviewer for many local and international journals in the area of global health, including BMC Public Health, PLoS ONE, Human Vaccines and Health Education.(End).