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How government hammer fell on three illegal hospitals in Enugu

How government hammer fell on three illegal hospitals in Enugu

Enugu — The Enugu State Government has begun to crack down on proprietors of illegal hospitals with the closure of three hospitals declared unfit by the state Ministry of Health. The illegal hospitals included: Chimamanda, based at Umuadogwa, Umuida, Enugu Ezike, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area; Testimony Hospital, Ibagwa- Aka in Igbo-Eze South Local Government and Welcare New Merit Hospital,   Coal Camp, in Enugu metropolis. Chimamanda was reportedly shut down over inability of its proprietor to register the hospital with any of the tiers of government.

Don’t make State Specialist Hospitals an annex, Ondo govt warned

Don’t make State Specialist Hospitals an annex, Ondo govt warned

AKURE—THE Deji-in-Council and the traditional chiefs of Akure, yesterday, protested against moves by the Ondo State government to make the State Specialist Hospitals in the metropolis an annex of the University of Medical Sciences, UNIMED, Teaching Hospital established in Ondo town.    Leading other prominent indigenes of the town to the State House of Assembly on protest, the traditional chiefs said they would resist the move by the State Government.

Account for spending on LUTH, other hospitals, SERAP writes Adewole

Account for spending on LUTH, other hospitals, SERAP writes Adewole

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, (SERAP) has sent a Freedom of Information request to the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, urging him to “urgently provide information about details of actual spending of allocations to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, (LUTH) Idi Araba and other 20 federal teaching hospitals and 20 federal medical centres across the country, for the period covering 2010 to 2017.

Centre decries killings, attacks on hospitals

Centre decries killings, attacks on hospitals

The Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria and Coordinating Agency for Health Sector Security Project has condemned the spate of killings, maiming and attacks on schools and hospitals in the country.