Nigeria’s first feminine Main-Basic is lifeless

Nigeria’s first feminine Main-Basic is lifeless
Nigeria?s first female Major-General is dead

Nigeria’s feminine Main-Basic, Aderonke Kale (Rtd) has handed on on the age of 84. 

Her demise was confirmed by the President of the Alumni Affiliation of the Nationwide Institute (AANI), E. O. Okafor.  He described her passing as an “irreparable loss”, including that she was a trailblazer within the medical and army historical past of the nation.

The assertion learn; 

“AANI and certainly the nation will proceed to recollect the exceptional legacy of the enduring Main Basic Aderonke Kale (rtd) mni, who had been a trailblazer in Nigeria’s medical and army historical past. Could her light soul proceed to relaxation in peace, Amen.”

Kale was skilled as a medical physician at College Faculty, which later turned the College of Ibadan, and specialised in psychiatry on the College of London. 

She was impressed to pursue psychiatry by Thomas Adeoye Lambo, Africa’s first professor of psychiatry.  Born on 31 July 1939, Kale labored briefly in Britain and returned to Nigeria in 1971.

She rose by the ranks within the military, changing into a colonel and deputy commander of the Nigerian Military Medical Corps by 1990.

Her position was initially as chief psychiatrist to the military. Later, she turned Director of the Nigerian Medical Corps and was its Chief Medical Officer till 1996.

She was promoted to Main-Basic in 1994 and retired from the military in 1997. Aderonke was married to Oladele Kale, a preventive and social drugs professor, and was a mom of 5 sons, together with Yemi Kale, former Statistician-Basic of Nigeria.

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