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My government is Commited to efficient health care Delivery, Says Dapo Abiodun



Gov Dapo Abiodun has said his administration will continue to put in place, appropriate policies and programmes towards providing efficient health care for the people of Ogun State in a bid to ensure its citizens live a healthy life.

The Governor who made this known at the commissioning of the Rotary Cancer center at the Olabisi Onabanjo university Teaching hospital, sagamu added that the several feats in its health sector reform lays credence to this.

Represented by his Deputy, Engr Noimot Salako-Oyedele, Gov Abiodun added that the humanitarian predisposition of the Rotaract club international to the plight of the people based on needs assessment is in tandem with the successful implementation of the ‘Building our Future Together” Agenda.

He informed that to this end, government will continue to welcome further contributions and partnerships with Rotary International in bringing about development and succour to the less privileged in the society.

” As I enjoin Rotary international to continue with it’s good work of selfless service to humanity, I can assure you that our Administration will continue to support the implementation of your laudable people oriented programmes” he said.

In a welcome address, Ogun State Commissioner for Health, Dr Tomi Coker, said the building foundation was laid seven months ago, noting that it shows the commitment of Rotary in supporting the ‘building our future together agenda’ of the present administration

Mrs Coker said the centre is the first prostrate cancer in the state, assuring that the state government will not hesitate to support well meaning individuals and organizations who are willing to support its mission.

In a remarks, the acting Chief Medical Director (CMD) Dr Bunmi Fatungase, appreciated Rotary District 9110 for the gesture , saying it will really help in the treatment of prostrate cancer, thereby reducing it in the society.

Rotary District 9110 Governor, Mr Bola Oyebade, thanked the state government and Management of OOUTH for providing the enabling environment, charging the management of the teaching hospital for proper maintenance.

Also speaking the Akarigbo of Remo land , HRM, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, said in Africa, the issue of prostrate cancer is not something that can be ignored, noting that the centre indicates the beginning of eradicating prostrate cancer in Remoland, Ogun and Nigeria.

He stressed the need for the government to invest more in the teaching hospital, saying it is supposed to be the leading teaching hospital in the state and the country.

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