FG reiterates commitment to provide equitable quality healthcare to Nigerians.

Federal Government has reiterated its commitment to provide equitable and quality healthcare to all Nigerians, irrespective of where they live.

Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole made this known in Lagos, while speaking at a media launch of a citizen-led anti-corruption project in Nigeria tagged, “Not in my Country”.

The Minister, who was represented by Director, Media and Public Relations of the Ministry, Mrs. Boade Akinola, said the Federal Government is committed to ensuring that Nigerians have equitable access to quality healthcare.

“In no distant time, citizens will start witnessing revitalization of our primary healthcare centers, and this will be a major revolution in the health sector”, he said.

Speaking on the anti-corruption initiative, “Not in my Country”, the Minister said the launch was timely, as it keyed into the Federal Government’s effort to wipe out corruption in Nigeria.

He said, “Not in my Country” is capable of engendering a revolution in Nigeria, where mutual respect and promotion of ethical values become fully embraced.

The Minister called on Nigerian youths to emulate this initiative, aimed at exposing all forms of corruption in the country, as Government works towards re-positioning the nation.

About Nigeria

Nigeria, commonly known as the giant of Africa with more than 150 million people is the most populous country in Africa. With one of the biggest democracies in the world and a presidential system of government, it has a dual economy, based on its rich natural resources, traditional agriculture and the trade sector.