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Kwara Hospitals Would Soon Be Reference Point In Nigeria -- Prof Suleiman, SA Health To KWAYORG


On a Courtesy visit to the Special Adviser on Health to the Executive Governor of Kwara State by members of Kwara South Youth Development Organization (KWAYORG), to intimate him of the activities of the organization and its preparations for the conference.

The team led by its President; Barrister Titilope Akogun explained how the Organization seek to explore ICT, Agribusiness, Culture, Tourism and Digital media towards building the Human Capacity Development and Enterprise of the youth in the Souther part of the State.

The Neurosurgeon and philanthropist, noted how 70 percent of the population of the state falls within the youth category, noting the emancipation and advancement of the youth course would be a huge paradox for growth of the state and how youth development has taken the centre stage in the Governor AbdulRazaq's administration, as there is fresh air in the State.

He explained the 3 cardinal principles of the AA administration on health to be Medical Infrastructural overhaul to turn Kwara major Hospitals to medical tourism hub in Nigeria, Community based Statewide Insurance and Public Private Partnerships as a catalyst for an wholistic revamping of the health sector in the state.

 The Health Practitioner narrating how he grew up from the slum, devoted so much to training and research towards achieving unprecedented success in his career, appreciated the laudable efforts of KWAYORG in changing the mindset and narrative of the Youth of Kwara South.

He noted that "A group is not a team, as a team is a people with the same vision", urging KWAYORG team to be ready for challenges ahead.

Urging the team to lead selflessly and focus more on sustainable remedial structures and not just intervention measures.

The Medical philanthropist who would also be a panelist at the Youth Conference in December concluded by reiterating " We are all writing our story, on my dying bed, I wish I can say, I have done my best to humanity".

The delegation which also had Olumide Bello, the Director of Policy and Strategy and Sofiyyah Abidoye, the Assistant General Secretary commended the Ajasse born Medical practitioner, urging him not to relent in the revamping project of our health sector in the state.


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