Kano Govt Vows To Resume Medical Outreach Soon

By Nura Bala Ajingi, Kano.

Kano State Government has said that the Medical Outreach program will resume soon across the state.

The senior special Assistant to the Governor on Medical Outreach Hon. Mahmud Tajo Gaya stated this in a Radio program An Kwana Lafiya, held at Aminci Radio last Tuesday.

He said the two phase program which include Hard to Reach Areas and Massive Medical Outreach, will cover local communities across the state for free medical support to patients, while supervision teams will address some other challenges.

Hon. Tajo who pointed out the commitsments of kwankwasiyya followers for their sacrifice to sustain the program after Engr. Rabi’u Musa kwankwaso’s administration, said Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf has approved all logistics for immediate take off of the program.

He explained that the current program has 20 ambulances, 7 medical practioners in each team, working facilities, drugs, allowances and other logistics for smooth success of the exercise.

The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor appreciated the maximum support and cooperation by the commissioner of health, Dr. Abubakar Labaran Yusuf, the Director General Hospital Management Board Dr. Mansir Nagoda and his counterpart of Primary Healthcare Care Board Dr. Nasiru Mahmud, toward success of the programme.

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Hon. Mahmud Tajo an NNPP candidate who contested for the state Assembly election representing Gaya constituency in 2023 general elections, called on the need for partnership with legislative members and non governmental organizations, to support people in the state.