FG Ready To Launch Free Healthcare Programme For Niger Delta

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Hello Lovie, se you don hear say the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Pastor Usani Uguru, talk say the Federal Government go soon embark on a free healthcare intervention scheme for the nine oil producing states as from next month?

This na free healthcare!

This minister make am clear, for one interview like that with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) for Monday for Abuja.

Him talk say “the programme would be executed by his ministry in conjunction with the National Association of Urologists.”

Usain talk say “the essence of the health programme was for the people to know their health status with the view of promoting healthy living.”

“This intervention is needed to diagnose and offer first-hand treatment to persons with terminal ailments and common health challenges,” naso the minister talk.

Usain talk say, dem organise the programme for people to acknowledge the region’s immense contributions to the nation’s economic development and growth.

The minister come talk say the ministry and National Association of Urologists go bear the cost, and the programme go cover treatment of all sorts.

Although, him no disclose the centres, but him talk say people wey dey remote places no go dey left out, too.

“Na the responsibility of the ministry to helep bring qualitative health services to the doorstep of people for the areas wey dem put mandate on”.

“Therefore, e don dey set to facilitate proper arrangement for the realisation of the ogbonge programme.

“Our target go cover those people wey get minor and severe ailments because say health na wealth,” naso Usani talk am.

The ministry don collabo with the Association of Nigeria Neurosurgeons before, for this free test on Malaria, HIV, Blood Pressure, Diabetes, free drug administration programme for the people wey dey the region.

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