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Lack of personnel stalls Health care services



Adejola Nathaniel, Ogabi Oladele,Abdulrafiu Wuraola


Assistant Health Officer, Oke-Ose Health Care Center in Ilorin East Local Government Area of Kwara State, Mrs. Bolaji Muslimat has identified shortage of medical personnel as a major challenge facing government hospitals in most communities in Kwara state.

Speaking with National Moonlight in Ilorin last week, the health officer said staff shortages in the clinic is taking its toll on  discharge of their duties in attending to patients on a daily bases.

According to Muslimat, absence of sufficient personnel poses serious threat to providing affordable Medicare to the people.

"It's my sincere prayer that the state government will, as a matter of priority, employ more medical personnel to deliver its health care program to the people of this local government area ", she said.

"This clinic serves three (3) communities that include Oke-Ose, Oke-Oyi and Alalubosa in Ilorin east local government", she said.

The Assistant Health Officer also pointed out that, “our equipments are very old. No modern health facilities at this clinic, stressing that epileptic power supply poses additional burden on providing quality healthcare services to the people".

Muslimat commended Gov Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq on his "achievements and remarkable steps so far, urging him to extend his hands of magnanimity to the community.
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