Bauchi govt ready to provide best health services to indigenes – Jatau

The Bauchi state deputy governor, Mohammed Auwal Jatau, on Friday reiterated the readiness of the state government to provide the best health care services to people.

Jatau stated this when he received in audience officials of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency who paid him an advocacy visit in Bauchi.

According to the deputy governor, the state government is determined to provide effective and efficient basic health care services to the people through promoting policies and programmes in the health sector.

He said the administration of Governor Bala Mohammed was working towards modernising health care delivery in order to make the state “the best in the area of health care delivery.

“Let me first express my profound appreciation to you for finding it worthy to visit my office for a courtesy visit, in Bauchi. My principal, His Excellency, Governor Bala Mohammed, is ever ready to work and collaborate with stakeholders like you for the benefit of our people.

“The health sector is my constituency; hence there is the need for me to support and assist the state government to implement sound health care programmes for us to witness remarkable improvements in the sector,” he said.

Earlier, the coordinator of the National Emergency and Maternal Child Centre in the National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr. Tafida Mamman, acknowledged the commitment of the state government towards ensuring improvement in the health care delivery in the state.