Ogun To Rehabilitate 57 Primary Health Care Centres

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Updated December 14, 2017
Ogun Health Commissioner, Ipaye

The Ogun State Government has reiterated its commitment to improving the quality of life to the people of the state.

State Commissioner for Health, Mr Babatunde Ipaye made this known while defending the 2018 budget proposal of the State Primary Health Care Development Board before the State House of Assembly.

To this end, he said 57 Primary Health Care Centers across the Local Government and Local Council Development Area in the state will be rehabilitated.

The commissioner said the proposal would ensure quality health service delivery in all the Local Government of the state.

Also to be considered by the board is the emerging population in the Mowe and Magboro axis, to ensure fairness in terms of needs.

He further disclosed that the state had received support for the renovation of Ijebu Igbo Primary Health Centre through a development Partner.

Mr Ipaye also said that equipment had been purchased to the over 200 Primary Health Centers (PHCs) in the state.

According to him, they would be distributed as soon as possible to health centres across the local councils in the state.