Often times, the major criteria of assessing a progressive and service-driven government is by the level of people oriented policies, projects and programmes.

Health is often equated with wealth, growth and development, hence it is not surprising to see why the Niger state governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has channeled his energy and resources in restructuring and remolding the health sector, this can be seen in both man-power, welfare, infrastructure etc.


The reality is, without a functional healthcare system that caters for the health needs of the people, development of any kind of any nation would only remain a pipedream, this is because development is peopled by healthy citizens who are the engine room of the economy. Therefore, the functionality of a society depends squarely on the functionality of its people.

This significance was recapitulated on Sunday by the Niger State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Mustapha Jibril when he inspected the ongoing administrative block project at Minna School of midwifery.

The Commissioner disclosed that, the Health sector’s infrastructural development has been accorded prime attention in the restoration agenda of Mr. Governor adding that, the administrative block when completed will expectedly bring relief to the institution’s day to day activities.

“the restoration agenda of Governor Abubakar Sani Bello shall continue to ensure good governance through especially citizen participation as well continue making the state’s health sector a beacon of development in Nigeria” the commisioner stressed.

Dr. Jibril reassured that, the ongoing project upon completion, would holistically face-lift the institution and position it on a sound academic pedestal.

In his words “the administration of Governor Sani Bello will continue conceiving and implementing its programmes to align with the desire and expectations of Nigerlites irrespective of tribe, religion and most importantly, political affiliations”.

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