Musiliu Akinsanya, chairman of the Lagos chapter of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) better known as MC Oluomo, has become the subject of conversation on Nigerian Twittersphere.


The attention of internet users beamed on MC Oluomo after some members of the association of resident doctors (ARD) of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) paid him a working visit at the NURTW Lagos secretariat.

Akinsaya took to his Instagram page on Friday, where he shared photos of the visit.

“Association of Resident Doctors, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, Lagos, visit to the office of the NURTW chairman, Lagos council, Oko Oba, Agege led by Dr Abiloye Kemi, resident doctor at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology LUTH,” he captioned the post.


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Association Of Resident Doctors Lagos University Teaching Hospital Idi-Araba Lagos visit to the office of the NURTW Chairman Lagos Council Oko Oba Agege, Lead by Dr Abiloye Kemi. Resident Doctor at the department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology LUTH.


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The visit has got many talking on social media platforms especially Twitter.

While a segment of users criticised the medical practitioners for “stooping low” to visit the NURTW chairman at his office, others were on hand to end the censure, stating that MC Oluomo is a “human being, entitled to medical service”.


“So it’s now a crime for resident doctors of LUTH to visit MC Oluomo? If I may ask, is he not a human being? The guy may be illiterate, but that doesn’t make him less relevant and important in our society,” a Twitter user said.

“The news that ARD officials from LUTH visited Mc Oluomo in his office came as a surprise to most of us. Personally, I felt embarrassed. I don’t know what their motive was but I’d wish they had done so as a way of recruiting a “gate keeper” in Health Intervention and Promotion,” another user said.

Here is what some Nigerians had to say:

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