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DENLOYE
V.
M. & D.P.D.C.

(1968) JELR 63198 (SC)    

Supreme Court  ·  SC 91/1968 ·  22 Nov 1968 ·  Nigeria
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Other Citations
(1968) 1 All NLR 306
CORAM
ADEMOLA, C.J.N. COKER, J.S.C MADARIKAN, J.S.C.

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
evidence
matter
panel
dr. denloye
dental practitioners
criminal code
disciplinary tribunal
investigating panel
appellant practitioner
medical practitioner
medical register
members of the panel
western nigeria
abdominal pain
addresses of counsel
assessors rules
breach of the rules of natural justice
chairman of the investigating panel
circumstances of the case
confidential nature
counsel mr. whyte
counts of infamous conduct
criminal offence
decision of the medical
dental practitioners act
different persons
effect of section
father of the said falilatu bisiriyu
fatilatu bisiriyu
first count
full particulars of the charges
judgement of the court
own rules
present case
prima facie case
procedural matters
procedure unknown
production of evidence
said falilatu
second count
second point
sense of justice
set aside
subject-matter
such importance
tai solarin
technical reasons
time dr. denloye
unsavoury part of the proceedings

ADEMOLA, CJN (Delivering the Judgement of the Court): The appellant in this matter has complained against the decision of the Medical and Dental Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal which has found him guilty on five counts of infamous conduct in a professional respect and has ordered the removal of his name from the medical register.

The first count charged the appellant practitioner with neglecting in a prolonged manner between 29th June, 1966 and 10th July, one Fatilatu Bisiriyu, a patient very seriously ill and for whose treatment the appellant practitioner was responsible under the ministry of health, Western Nigeria. The second count charged him with extortion of the sum of 30 guineas from Bisiriyu Odumeru the father of the said Falilatu Bisiriyu in order to induce him to examine and treat the said Falilatu. The third, fourth and fifth counts relate o different transactions: namely, the receipt of an amount of £2.2s.0d. In each of counts three and four and £2 in count five by the …

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