Governor Abiodun Oyebanji yesterday declared open the 64th National Council of Health Conference in Ado Ekiti with the Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Mohammed Pate and Minister of State, Dr. Tunji Alausa alongside Commissioners of Health from the States in attendance.
The governor wrote on his social media handles:
“I had the honour of declaring open the 64th National Council on Health themed “Building Resilient and Inclusive Healthcare Systems for a Healthy Nigeria” in Ado-Ekiti today , alongside the Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Prof Mohammed Alli Pate; Minister of State for Health, Dr. Tunji Alausa, and esteemed Commissioners for Health from all 36 States as well as Heads of International Development Agencies.
“As a Government, we are committed to harnessing the power of technology to enhance health information systems, streamline processes, and improve healthcare delivery, hence, our eagerness to collaborate on initiatives that leverage digital solutions for the betterment of our health sector. We acknowledge the critical importance of these pillars in shaping the future of healthcare in our dear state and our country.”