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Minister sacks health sector workers following accidental death of young doctor in Tunisia

The Tunisian minister of Health, Faouzi Mehdi, on Saturday dismissed several health sector officials two days after the death of young doctor, Badreddine Aloui, who fell into a broken elevator shaft of the regional hospital in Jendouba, northern Tunisia. The sacked officials are the director-general of Public Health Structures, director of the Center for Technical
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COVID-19 exposes rot in health sector ― Former Dir of APC presidential campaign council

By Johnbosco Agbakwuru ABUJA — FORMER Director, All Progressives Congress, APC, Presidential Campaign Council in the 2019 elections, Dr Theodore Ekechi has said that the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic exposes the decay in the health sector. Dr. Ekechi, who is also a member of the North East Development Commission, also commended the Federal
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Access Bank begins disbursement of loans to grow Nigerian health sector

Access Bank PLC is set to release loans through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) credit support scheme to ramp up the capacity of Nigeria’s pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. This has become necessary as the country continues to tackle the evolving crisis of the Coronavirus pandemic. The Bank is reaffirming a  long-held and proven stance on fostering sustainable development across the country.

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Lagos Govt begins recruitment in health sector

The Lagos State Health Service Commission, says it has commenced mass recruitment of health sector workers to bridge the deficit in manpower requirement across the state’s public health institutions. Dr. Ademuyiwa Eniayewun, the Permanent Secretary, Health Service Commission (HSC), made this known on Thursday in Lagos. READ ALSO: Lagos govt debunks fake list of restricted routes
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Why we increased budgetary allocation to health sector in 2020 budget by Governor Wike

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has stated that his administration increased the budgetary allocation for the health sector in the 2020 budget because of his commitment to universal health coverage in the state. Speaking during a Courtesy Visit by the World Health Organisation Country Representative for Nigeria on Friday at the Government House Port
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