Kebbi State Governor Nasir Idris has promised to make sure that all caregivers in the state receive their allowances on a regular basis.
As per the statement issued on Monday by Ahmed Idris, the Chief Press Secretary of the governor, the pledge was compliant with the efforts to retain proficient medical professionals.
A dinner honoring 13 indigenous medical doctors who recently graduated from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, was where the governor reportedly made the commitment, according to the statement.
Recognizing the vital role the health sector plays in saving lives, Idris reassured the medical staff of his commitment to making it a top priority.
Recognizing the health sector’s vital role in preserving human lives, Idris reassured the healthcare workforce of his determination to make it a priority.
“I’ll do everything in my power to make up for the allowance gap between the federal and state governments, allowing physicians and other medical professionals to continue serving their communities while remaining at home.”
In order to better support medical students in their academic endeavors, Idris announced that scholarship allowances would be increased from N30,000 to N50,000.
In order to improve access to medical care and lessen the suffering of residents suffering from a range of ailments, the governor also promised to build standard hospitals in each of the state’s four emirates.
In addition, the governor promised to build standard hospitals in each of the state’s four emirates in order to improve access to medical care and lessen the suffering of residents suffering from a range of ailments.
Alhassan Yauri, the health commissioner, praised the governor for planning the reception for the medical doctors who were graduating and hailed it as a historic occasion in Kebbi State history.