Dr Collins Emeka OKEKE GMC ref. no. 7557335 - copy of MPT determination

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Dear General Medical Council,

Please send me full details of the MPT hearing concerning Collins Emeka OKEKE that concluded on 12 April 2021:

https://www.mpts-uk.org/hearings-and-dec...

'Dr Collins Emeka OKEKE
Medical practitioners tribunal – New Hearing concluded
Outcome on impairment Not impaired
Summary of outcome Not impaired
Type of case Misconduct
Hearing date from 12 Apr 2021
Hearing date to 12 Apr 2021

Details

Previously sat: 15-22 February & 10 March 2021.

Location of hearing

This was a virtual hearing. Contact us about observing a hearing

GMC reference number 7557335
Area of incident Telford and Wrekin

Decision

Full details of this hearing will be published shortly'

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J Roberts

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Dear J Roberts,

Your information request – IR1-3107594337
Thank you for your email dated 18 June, in which you ask for the full details of the MPT hearing concerning Collins Emeka OKEKE that concluded on 12 April 2021.

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Henna Janghir (0161 923 6710), General Medical Council

Dear J Roberts,

Your information request – IR1-3107594337

Thank you for your email dated 18 June 2021 requesting the full details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Collins Emeka Okeke (GMC reference number 7557335). I've considered your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

I apologise for the delay in publication, but you can now download a copy of the full MPT decision from the MPTS website here: https://www.mpts-uk.org/hearings-and-dec....

If you have any concerns about the way I've handled your request, please contact [GMC request email].

Yours sincerely

Henna Janghir
Information Access Officer

General Medical Council
3 Hardman Street
Manchester
M3 3AW

Email: [email address]
Tel: 0161 923 6710
Website: www.gmc-uk.org

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Gadawodd J Roberts anodiad ()

Not impaired:

'116. The Tribunal is satisfied that a conversation about Fifty Shades of Grey took place between Ms A and Dr Okeke in his bedroom. It noted that Dr Okeke made admissions in respect of discussing Fifty Shades of Grey, saying Ms A was beautiful and wanting to “see everything”. The Tribunal considers that these concessions by Dr Okeke took place in circumstances where he need not have made those concessions. The Tribunal noted Dr Okeke’s denials in respect of saying “oh that’s a shame” in response to Ms A saying she did not like that sort of thing. While the Tribunal considers that it is plausible and is probable that Ms A said she didn’t like anything like that, in view of the concessions made by Dr Okeke and its view of his reliability and credibility, the Tribunal prefers his evidence and accepts that he did not make the statement “oh that’s a shame” to Ms A as alleged.'