Biography of Alexander Baba Gwan-Nulla
Alex Baba Gwan-Nulla
Alexander Baba Gwan-Nulla graduated MBChB from the University in 1952, and was the first Cameroon-born graduate of the University. He was born in Bali, west of Bamenda in 1920, son of Fon Mathias, who worked in lorry transport.
Gwan-Nulla was educated in Nigeria at the Hope Waddell Training Institue, in Calabar, founded by United Prebyterian church of Scotland missionaries, and the Higher College in Yaba. He enrolled at the University of Glasgow in 1946 to study Medicine, graduating in 1952.
Gwan-Nulla went on to obtain a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from Liverpool in 1954, and a Diploma in Public Health from London in 1964. He worked as a surgeon at the Warrington Infirmary, and later as Chief Medical Officer in the Medical Division of the Cameroon Development Corporation, in Bota, Victoria.
Alexander Baba Gwan-Nulla
Born 2 February 1920.
Died 23 May 2005.
University Link: Alumnus, Graduate
GU Degree: MBChB, 1952; Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences,
Occupation categories: physicians
Record last updated: 20th May 2013