The late Mrs. Bridget Eseoghene Domino was born on October 17th, 1958, to the family of late Clemence and Mrs. Catherine Akpata. Mrs. Bridget Domino completed high school at Reagan Memorial High School in Lagos, Nigeria in 1976. She proceeded to nursing school at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital School of Nursing (LUTH) in Idi Aba Lagos, Nigeria where she obtained a certificate as a registered nurse. She then proceeded to obtain a certificate in midwifery at the Oba Ademola Memorial Midwifery School Abeokuta, Ogun State. Returning to Lagos, Nigeria, she practiced midwifery and attained the position of a senior matron at the Lagos General Hospital where her late father was a nursing director. She joined her beloved husband, Mr. Johnson Domino, after getting married and moved to Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria where she worked as a nurse matron at the Korede Medical Hospital and several other hospitals.
Mrs. Bridget was blessed with 3 children: late Mr. Anthony, Mrs. Harriet Ikugbayigbe, and Mrs. Anthonia Azuatalam. She later relocated back to Lagos, Nigeria where she established her private nursing practice called St. Rita's Nursing and Maternity Home in 1993. After practicing nursing and maternity at her clinic for about 15 years, she then relocated with her children to the United State of America in December 2008. Mrs. Bridget obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing Management at the Phoenix University Arizona and continued to work as a health care professional until her sudden demise. Until her death, Mrs Bridget Eseoghene Domino was a devoted Christian and worked in various capacities as a Minister, children teacher, chorister and so on. She is loved and will be dearly missed. She is survived by her husband, aged mother, children, sisters, brothers, cousins, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren. Adieu
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