By Emeka Nwokocha

The Programme Officer at ACOMIN, Mr. Austin Uwede, has commended the Chairman of Sapele local government council, Hon. Eugene Inoaghan for rehabilitating Omiemiedi Primary Health Centre, saying that the renovated healthcare facility would improve rural healthcare delivery. He said, “The Omiemiedi Primary Health Centre was in a dire state of disrepair until Inoaghan intervened and gave it a facelift. I strongly commend him for doing a marvelous job”

Uwede gave the commendation recently when he led his team on a routine visit to the healthcare centre, in continuation of regular monitoring of the Global Fund sponsored malaria treatment in Sapele local government area.

He also appreciated Hon. Inuaghan for deploying additional nurse to Edegbrode Primary Health Centre to ensure uninterrupted delivery of health care to patients.

Continuing, Uwede implored Hon. Inuaghan to expedite the distribution of donated medical equipment stocked in the council’s secretariat, to health centres in the local government, stating that it would improve health care delivery.

In a related development, Uwede applauded the Chairman of Ndokwa West local government council, Hon. Godday Obi Nzete for facilitating the deployment of four student nurses to various facilities in the local government area, noting that it would address the shortage of manpower in the health facilities and improve health care delivery.

Newly renovated Omiemiedi Primary Health Centre

Continuing, Uwede also commended the leadership of Ndokwa West local government council for taking critical steps to replace the broken electric pole at Umusam primary health centre, stressing the importance of regular power supply in the smooth running of the facility.

ACOMIN Programme Officers, Mr. Austin Uwede with team, at Ndokwa West LG Secretariat, Kwale


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