Private veterinary practice in Benue state is beginning to gain new amplitude as the first Veterinary Plaza in the state has been commissioned and opened for operations in Makurdi metropolis. The new state-of-the art plaza of LHYW veterinary services situated at Balewa Crescent High level Makurdi is established and operated by Dr Solomon Dzever. The plaza, commissioned on Monday, 1st February 2021, houses a veterinary clinic, pharmacy, laboratory, pet mart, and livestock feeds shop.
While commissioning the plaza, Dr. Mathew Adamu, Director of Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi eulogized the efforts of Dr Dzever in putting together the edifice which is the first of its kind in the state. Dr Adamu expressed joy associating with the managing director who he said was his student and is known for his determination to succeed in the profession. He urged the young veterinary entrepreneur to make efforts to have outlets in bigger cities but above all try not to derail from the ethics of the profession. The director expressed hope that Dr Dzever will beat records and shall be known globally.
“I am particularly glad that the young entrepreneur was my student and has been very committed to a chosen course. I commend him for this feat and urge him not to relent as I call on others to emulate his good example”
On his part, Dr Felix Lawani, a consultant with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, University of Agriculture Makurdi showered praises on Dr Dzever for his humility that has made him to improve himself and grow his business to this enviable height thereby creating employment for many youths. He prayed for more success and encouraged others specially young veterinarians to emulate Dr Dzever in order to improve the practice and strengthen the profession. Other guests who graced the occasion took turns to pray for the business and present their goodwill messages after which they were taken round the facility for inspection.
In a vote of thanks, the managing director LHYW Veterinary services, Dr Solomon Dzever appreciated everyone who has stood by him and contributed to his life and prayed God to continue to bless them. He encouraged all young veterinarians to be persistent but patient and submit themselves to learn from those who have gone ahead of them in the noble profession.
Dr Solomon Dzever studied veterinary medicine at the University of Agriculture Makurdi and ventured into full time private veterinary practice as a business upon graduation in 2014. He grew his practice from operating in a small livestock drugs and feeds shop which he opened shortly before graduation to the current edifice that has been commissioned. He is currently the chairman of veterinarians that are into private practice in Benue state. LIVESTONEWS.