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Anambra Guber: What I’ll Do If Elected Governor – Ozigbo
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September 11, 2021
The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming Anambra election, Valentine Ozigbo, has promised to work for the people of the state.
Ozigbo made the promise on Thursday in Abuja during the inauguration of the party’s campaign council for the November 6 governorship election.
The PDP candidate also stated that he will not fail Anambrarians and the opposition party if elected governor of the South-East state.
Ozigbo added that he will ensure that not just the dividend of democracy but will ensure that his administration set the standard in governance in Anambra state.
He also appreciated the state and national campaign councils and the people of Anambra for considering him worthy to be of service to them.
He said: “I am also thankful to our dear party for giving me this platform which I know I will not disappoint you.
“I am here to personally pledge that we will put in everything we have to ensure that we regain the lost glory in Anambra and PDP will take over Anambra this year.
“I am also here to make a pledge that not only are we going to win, but we will do our best to ensure that not just the dividend of democracy but will ensure that we set the standard in governance in Anambra state.
“Anambra people if you are listening to me today, your victory is here, your freedom is here, development is on the way.”
Earlier, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State was appointed the Chairman of the PDP campaign council, comprising 179 members.
Other notable members include Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state, former Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka, former governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi, Senate Minority Leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe, among others.
Buhari Breaks Silence, Slams Doctors For Going On Strike
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September 11, 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday observed that the option of strike is not a good one for doctors and other health workers in the country.
The President noted that the lives of many Nigerians are directly and indirectly tied to the activities of the health workers.
He made the submission on Friday when he received members of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) at the State House in Abuja as confirmed in a statement by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu.
Naija News recalls the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has been on strike since August 2, 2021, and negotiations between them and the government has so far failed to yield positive results.
The two parties have so far been able to reach a compromise that will allow the striking doctors return to work.
But President Buhari on Friday urged them to return to work in the interest of humanity.
“The lives of citizens that could be lost or damaged when doctors withdraw services, are precious enough to be worth opting for peaceful resolution of differences,’’ the President noted.
He promised that all issues causing grievances will be properly looked into and resolved, adding that all outstanding benefits owed medical doctors will be cleared, after proper verifications.
“Protecting our citizens is not to be left to government alone, but taken as a collective responsibility, in which especially medical professionals play a critical role. Let me speak directly to the striking doctors. Embarking on industrial action at this time when Nigerians need you most is not the best action to take, no matter the grievances.
“This Administration has a good track record of paying all debts owed to government workers, pensioners and contractors and we have even revisited debts left by past administrations, once due verification is done. Debts genuinely owed Health workers will be settled.
“I learnt that some of the 12 points demand in the ongoing strike were already addressed. Though the Review of a new Hazard Allowance has not been fully negotiated because of the sharp and deep division within the ranks of the striking doctors.’’
President Buhari said “the outstanding issue of an Establishment circular issued by the Head of Service, removing House officers, NYSC Doctors from scheme of service had an addendum circular from National Salaries and Wages Commission to clarify that they will continue to earn the wages attached to them on their present wage structure.”
“I request that the agreement reached in the meetings of 20th and 21st August captured in the MOU which I have seen be religiously implemented,’’ he added.
Buhari while reiterating the commitment of his administration to the health sector of the country recalled that is why he recently set up a health sector reform committee headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
“We are also supporting initiatives to expand health insurance coverage and bring more resources to health financing.
“We have many more challenges ahead and much more to do, for our large population.
“In this respect, it is important to remind you that, as senior medical personnel and representatives of one of the most respected professional groups in the world, your responsibility for the health and wellbeing of Nigerians are clear.
“It does not end only with the welfare of your members, but continues with a sense of responsibility for the entire country and its sociopolitical health and national stability,’’ he stated.
President Buhari lamented that the global COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected the resources available to the government but pleaded for understanding as his administration would not stop fulfilling all obligations.
“The global economy has been seriously affected by the pandemic, and despite recent pleasing news of more than five per cent economic growth of Nigeria in the last quarter, we are still having fiscal challenges to deal with, like most other countries.
“The source of revenue that Nigeria has depended on for so long experienced global decline, our population is rising fast and the tension arising from both, is fuelling agitation among our youth. Organizations like the NMA could play a very useful moderating role in society,’’ the President added.
He however commended the positive roles been spearheaded by the Nigeria Medical Association in the growth and development of the country, urging the members not to relent.
“This is a befitting role for the NMA, as a mature organization, led by responsible members with long experience.
“I am proud also to learn of various feats that have been achieved in our hospitals, like the separation of conjoined twins and also the valiant efforts of our health personnel in handling the Covid-19 pandemic, much of which has earned us recognition at home and abroad, and the recent appointment of one of your colleagues as Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization. We again warmly congratulate Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu for his elevation.’’
Speaking at the event, the Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, also commended the NMA for their strategic roles in nation building including policy formulation and health care management of the citizens.
On his part, President of the NMA, Prof. Innocent A. Ujah, assured the President of the continuous support of members of the association to improve health in the country.