He was born in Nigeria and has graduated there. After that he did an internship in an hospital in Namibia and then he moved to the US where he did a training in dermatology in the UCLA, Los Angeles and a training in the New York University.
Thanks to all his researchs in the field of infectious diseases he was invited to present at the International AIDS Conference in Geneva. His decision to dedicate himself to the world of hair transplant derived from a personal experience: he underwent a hair transplant surgery but was not at all satisfied with the result.
He wanted to find a solution to help other people that could find themselves in the same situation. He than dedicated more than two years to study and design more successful tools in order to perform a less invasive FUE procedure. His studies led him to the creation of UGraft procedure that requires no scalpel, stitches or strip surgery. Furthermore, this procedure allows also to use body hair (BHT- Body Hair Transplant) and so the number of transplantable hair is increased.