The lawmaker representing Osun East Senatorial district, Senator Francis Fadahunsi has urged government at the federal and state level to join hands in improving primary heath care delivery in the country.
Fadahunsi said breaking down the health service delivery into smaller units will make life better.
He said this on Wednesday in Ile Ife, during this year ‘Nurses week’ held at the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ile Ife.
Speaking on the theme of the event ‘NURSES: A voice to lead health for all, Fadunsi who is the Chairman of the Occasion said nurses are caregivers and caretakers who has been given duties to be helper of people’s joy.
“Over the years, I have been an advocate of breaking down the health service delivery into smaller units that can make life better where very minor health issues naturally should be taking care of by the primary health care centres.
“I have made up my mind to move not just motion but for an enhanced bill that is going to make health care delivery, much workable and impactful on the lives of the people particularly those of the rural areas.
“As a legislator by the grace of God, I will see to it to that this is done both at the federal level and the state level”.
Speaking further, Fadahunsi said he is willing to support the government of Osun state to enhance better health delivery system in the state.
“I’m aware of what the governor of Osun is doing in this regard but much more than the rhetorics and politics, I want to see it to get out of just talks but to walk the talk.
“The button up action approach is what can help and alleviate the health problem of our people “.
The lawmaker urged medical practitioners to see their job not just as a work to earn a living but as a ministry and duty to God.
In his words, representative of the Ooni of Ife, the Elerefe of Erefe Ife, Oba Johnson Fayemi charged the Nurses to stay focused and be committed to serving the people .
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