Dr. zulkifilu Musa Argungu popularly known as Zik has became the merry and messiah in nursing profession in the entire north western part of the Country to achieve MSc and PhD in mental health nursing in the entire zone.
Dr zulkifilu Musa Argungu hails from kebbi state and a native of Argungu local government( Argungu Emirate) of kebbi state. He obtained his RN certificate from Usman Danfodio university Teaching hospital Sokoto, later proceeded to Ahmadu Bello University Zaria where he bagged his BNSc degree, Again, the Agile Dr zik move to Ghana and successfully acquired his MSc in mental health nursing before he fled to Malaysia to successfully completed his PhD program in mental health nursing and became a Dr. in his carrier with notable grade.
Dr zik is happily married with children and currently a lecturer with Usman Danfodio University Sokoto faculty of health science, department of nursing sciences Sokoto.
Dr. zulkifilu as an Authority today in the field of nursing become an examplery Nurse, whose successes/achievements, dedication and commitment towards achieving his Dream will serve as a term of reference to fellow young nurses with burning desire to improve their Academic & professional carrier in nursing, no doubt that, Dr zik is the most suitable and qualified candidates to be mentor per excellence to our teaming young nurse's
One of the most interesting and unique attitude about Dr zik is that, he is open minded, selfless and empathetic personality whose always desire is to see that our noble profession is salvaged in Nigeria in no distant time and that also nurses in Nigeria are assisted and prepared academically to stand still and improve in nursing education and practice in the country in accordance with the global best practice.
With the above little description On who Dr zik, our new branded Authority in nursing is, we believed our Young nurses will strive and struggle to copy from our own Dr zik.
Long live our new brand Dr zik
Long live nursing profession
Long live Nigerian nurses
Long live kebbi state nurses.
By: Lukman U. Sanda