Hon. Mohammed Abba Isa, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Disability Matters, has warmly congratulated Dr. Jake Epelle, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Albino Foundation (TAF Africa), for his notable achievement in receiving the Fellowship award from the West African Institute of Public Health (WAIPH).
In a congratulatory statement issued on Friday, the Presidential aide commended Dr. Epelle’s dedication, expertise, and steadfast commitment to public health, emphasizing that the prestigious recognition underscores his outstanding contributions.
The statement highlights Dr. Epelle’s commendable efforts in addressing health issues affecting individuals with albinism and the broader disability community. It emphasizes that his meritorious contributions have not only elevated his standing but have also positively influenced the wider disability community. The SSA to the President expresses admiration for Dr. Epelle’s pursuit of excellence, continuous quest for knowledge, and inspirational leadership in public health.
The message acknowledges the Fellowship as a well-deserved accolade, symbolizing Dr. Epelle’s hard work and leadership in the field of public health. As a colleague and friend in disability advocacy, Hon. Mohammed Abba Isa expresses pride in being associated with Dr. Epelle’s recognition and award. The statement concludes with best wishes for Dr. Epelle’s future endeavors, anticipating even greater success and recognition, and extends heartfelt congratulations on this well-earned honor.