GOVERNOR ABUBAKAR SANI BELLO CONSTITUTES 7-MAN COMMITTEE TO CHECK ACTIVITIES OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS ~ Matters Asiring

GOVERNOR ABUBAKAR SANI BELLO CONSTITUTES 7-MAN COMMITTEE TO CHECK ACTIVITIES OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS ~ Matters Asiring

Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State has constituted a Seven-man Committee to investigate the reported cases of frequent loss of lives in private hospitals practicing in the State. He inaugurated the committee at the Government House, Minna.

Governor Sani Bello expressed concern over the proliferation of nonstandard private clinics in the State and called for the trend to be stopped.
The committee’s terms of reference include Manpower, equipment, and facility check, Review of operational standard, and investigation of the doctors on the government payroll at the same time doing private practice as well as adherence to professional ethics, which is fundamental.

While acknowledging the roles the Private hospitals play in complementing government hospitals, Governor Abubakar Sani Bello implored the committee to also find out the main challenges confronting them and identify where the State government support may be needed to assist them.

Mr. Governor gave the Committee eight weeks to complete its assignment which should be open to suggestions that will make the State’s health sector function effectively.

The chairman of the Committee, a former Commissioner for Health, Dr. Ibrahim Sule Babamini appreciated the Governor for finding them worthy for the exercise saying that though the assignment is tasking, assured that the Committee will meet up with the timeframe and solicited the cooperation of all stakeholders.

Mary Noel-Berje
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Niger state.

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