Oyebanji promises effective healthcare delivery


Ekiti State Governor, Biodun Oyebanji, has appealed to prominent indigenes of the state to contribute their quotas in ensuring the well-being of government facilities in their localities.

Oyebanji reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensuring comprehensive renovation of all government hospitals across the state to ensure an effective healthcare delivery system in the state.

The governor, who spoke at the General Hospital, Ilawe Ekiti during an unscheduled visit to the facility, expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of the hospital.

Consequently, he made a personal donation of a 7.5kva generating set to the hospital to boost its services and bring about effective service delivery as he assured that the hospital would get a facelift in the subsequent phase of renovation exercise.


 The governor, who commended the staff of the hospital for their perseverance, commitment, and dedication to their duty in spite of the challenges of dilapidated facilities and structures in the hospital, said, “I don’t want you to be discouraged and I don’t want you to despair because you are dealing with lives.

 “You may not like this situation, it would have been worse than this if you were not here. I want you to be encouraged and as a government, we will support you. I will also talk to prominent indigenes of this town to do something about the facility here.”

The governor, also while addressing some residents of the town, assured them that the road from Ilawe Ekiti to Ikere Ekiti would be revisited as his government had begun the process to mobilise the contractors handling the project to the site.

He also assured youths in the state that government would soon inaugurate programmes that would empower them, calling on them to key into the programme aimed to cut across party lines.

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