I was born into a Royal family in Ibadan, Nigeria, but the Lord opened my spiritual eyes of understanding by accepting Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior at a tender age of 19 years. I attended the Elementary Methodist Primary School, Akeetan, Oyo, Nigeria from 1961 till 1966 and Oranyan Grammar School, Oyo, from 1967 till 1971 and graduated with many distinctions and gained several awards. I gained an admission to the famous and prestigious Medical School, University of Ibadan in 1974 and graduated in 1980. I had my internship at the Baptist Hospital, Ogbomoso, Nigeria. I joined the University College Hospital, Ibadan, for my residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology. I was at the University College Hospital, Ibadan for residency training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from September of 1983 till August of 1985. I left for the United Kingdom and trained in various centers under the Universities of Manchester, Sheffield and London. While I was in England for my residency training, I sat and passed the membership examination of the Royal College Examination with distinction and had a gold medal viva at first attempt which was an uncommon feat in those days. I was employed as the Consultant and Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Burin Peninsular Health Center in 1993 before I left the hospital for the Royal University Hospital, University of Saskatchewan from 1994 to 1996 for the Canadian Fellowship Training as an Obstetrician and Gynecologist. I was later employed in Regina, University of Saskatchewan, Canada after I had completed my residency training and I have been practising there up till today. I pray for all my patients prior to any surgical procedure in Canada.