Texas: New American sees Medical License Suspended, WTH Took so Long?

Geez, he allegedly stalked at least one underage girl, clearly harassing her even after a court order told him to stay away, and it wasn’t even his first run-in with the law.  He was arrested in 2017 for stalking another woman.

Although no story mentions his nationality, I’m betting on the ‘N-word’—Nigerian.  And, I wonder if he is a student visa overstay, but of course there is no mention of his immigration status.

His mental fitness to practice medicine is being questioned, but how about questioning why he is in the US in the first place!

Here is the story from Dallas News:

Frisco doctor banned from practicing medicine after allegedly stalking underage girl

A Frisco doctor who is accused of stalking an underage high school student has been barred from practicing medicine in Texas.

The state’s medical board suspended Uchenna Okechukwu Aduba’s medical license this week after a panel found that his practice “would constitute a continuing threat to the public welfare.”

The Dallas News story doesn’t have a picture of the alleged crazy stalker, Uchenna Okechukwu Aduba, but the local CBS affiliate does. More details too! https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/10/17/frisco-doctor-uchenna-aduba-suspended-after-allegedly-stalking-harassing-underaged-girl/

Aduba faces felony charges in Collin County because of allegations that he stalked a high school student, even following her into a classroom. He’s also faced accusations of harassment at an elementary school, Collin College campuses and in his northeast Frisco neighborhood.

It’s unclear whether Aduba was practicing medicine in Frisco, a Texas Medical Board spokesman said. He received his Texas medical license while he was a resident at Houston’s UT Health hospital in 2017, and records show he also held a medical license in California from May 2015 to October 2016.

Since June 2016, Aduba has been evaluated nine times by physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors, according to Texas Medical Board documents. He has been diagnosed with “serious mental health conditions that affect his ability to practice medicine safely.”

The board temporarily suspended Aduba’s medical license Oct. 10. It will remain suspended until the board takes further action either in a settlement with Aduba or through a hearing during which Aduba can defend himself against the accusations.

What took so long?

The stalking charge is scheduled to go to trial in early November.

[….]

He also is accused of stalking a high school student who lived in his neighborhood, according to the documents. He tried sending messages to her through the Nextdoor app, knocking on her door and sliding a photo of himself under her door with his telephone number written on it.

Aduba followed the high school student in his car while she was on her way to class, according to the documents. He made it into her classroom before the school’s staff detained him. [Imagine how scary this was for the victim!—ed]

At the time he told a Frisco police officer he was a Collin College student who was there to observe the class, and he provided a fake student ID number, according to the documents.

On Nov. 3, 2017, he was arrested on a felony stalking charge. As part of the arraignment on that charge, a protective order was imposed on Aduba to prevent him from coming within 2,000 feet of the girl.

Four days later, he was arrested for violating that protective order after he drove past the girl’s home.

No! I haven’t renamed this blog—it is not ‘Nigerian Frauds and Crooks’ (yet!).

However, just take a look at all the Nigerian frauds, crooks and murderers I’ve written about just since January!

Thanks to a reader for sending this story.  And, I want to thank all of you for sending links to promising stories for Frauds, Crooks and Criminals. Unfortunately there aren’t enough hours in my day to post them all especially as I am now writing regularly again at Refugee Resettlement Watch, see here.

4 thoughts on “Texas: New American sees Medical License Suspended, WTH Took so Long?

  1. About 17% of licensed physicians in America are immigrants. If they obtained their medical training abroad they must pass the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination.

  2. Send the B—–d back to Nigeria…at the same time all the Somalians are sent home….Are we crazy or what…?? we will See The Light, one day…but it will be TOO LATE. Thank you for all you do.

  3. If you can get away with fakery in Nigeria, why not take it abroad?
    Ibrahim Mustapha, a fake doctor and principal medical officer of Cottage hospital, Fufore in Adamawa state, has been arrested by the Department of State Services for killing patients in the cause of his fake practice.
    He is said to have performed over 500 surgical operations causing the death of about 46 patients from January to May 2019.
    He was exposed by a man who knew him in Gombe as a ward attendant in an undisclosed clinic. ….. a preliminary investigation revealed that Mustapha holds National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) certificate, an equivalent of Senior Secondary School certificate or High School.
    http://saharareporters.com/2019/06/20/ive-performed-over-500-surgeries-no-death-recorded-fake-nigerian-doctor

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