The Honourable supervisor for Health, Mr Gazal Olasunkanmi Ismail, on a three (3) days awareness visits to all Community health centers in Sagamu Local Government, said the Government was doing its best to revamp the Community health sector to reduce medical health lapses.

A statement released by the Honourable supervisor quoted Gazal to have said, “Let me assure you that the government under my supervision in Sagamu Local Government will surely do its best to revamp the health sector in such a manner as to improve the quality of facilities in our centers, increase capabilities for emergency preparedness during health emergencies and restore the confidence of the residents in the community healthcare system.

“I encourage you all to support the state government led by HE. Prince Dapo Abiodun, Local Council Chairman, Ogbeni Jubril Odulate Afolabi, in their various resolves to achieve these objectives during his tenure, let’s contribute also, our own individual quota through diligent service, undaunted professionalism and been a responsible citizenship.

co-operating with the government, will not only encourage but also ensure affordable, accessible and equitable healthcare for every residents; Hon Ismail to the patient and the nurses during his visit.

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“I must also emphasize on the need for a well structured maintenances culture on infrastructure and equipment at various centers, which will guarantee a sustainable and maximum healthcare services for the people.”

“I cannot conclude my overall remarks without commending the affable relationship between myself, Dr. Adekunle Solarin (HOD in PHC In Sagamu), Pastor Ojelade (The head of pharmacist), the Apex Nurse in person of Mrs Adelaide B.B, Mrs Ogunfolaji, Ogijo vocal nurse and the cooperations of the patients we engaged from various health centers during the familiarization visits.

“I equally salute the partnership supports through laudable contributions of the Royal Initiative For The Development Of Sagamu Communities (RIDSCo), Matron and vocal nurse on Health Education and many more various ad-hoc nurses and the team nursing staffs for the peaceful conduct of their affairs to guarantee an in-depth and stress less tour through their cooperations.” There cannot be growth and development in an atmosphere devoid of adequate health care; Honourable Gazal stated’.

Few among the challenges that Eaglesforesight recorded was that; Government must look after, as a matter of importance and urgency, an adequate securities by providing guards, building a secured fences, providing more staffs, providing more drugs, and lastly to encourage the nurses monthly take home.

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All the challenges recorded shall be addressed at due time because health is wealth and the government shall provide all possible means to ensure that Community health centers in Sagamu Local Government is befitted in delivering uttermost services, Hon. Gazal pledged while speaking on behalf of the Government.

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