Two Ogun state communities benefit from NGC Healtcare delivery system

Two Ogun state communities benefit from NGC Healtcare delivery system
April 01 11:50 2019 Print This Article

Two Ogun state communities, Itoki and Iyare both in Ifo and Shagamu local Government Areas were beneficiaries of two basic health care centres built by the Nigerian Gas Company (NGC).

The Secretary to the Ogun State Government (SSG), Taiwo Adeoluwa was full of commendation for the Nigeria Gas Company during the official inauguration and handing over of an ultramodern 20-bed Basic Health Centre to Itoki community over the weekend.

Adeoluwa who was represented by Bunmi Osifeso, said the donation of the two health centres to the state showed that Ogun State is the most secured state in the country to do business.

While calling on other multinational oil companies to emulate NGC, the Ogun State SSG stressed that the state government under the administration of Ibukunle Amosun, is highly committed to providing quality health care services to the people of the state. He said,

“It is very heartwarming to say NGC did its Needs Analysis very well before it embarked on these projects. We have recognized that the ambience for businesses to strive is paramount. We are not relenting in ensuring that we continue to create the right environment for businesses to strive in the state.”

Earlier, The Managing Director of NGC, Mr Babatunde Bakare, has called on the people to protect the health care facilities so that their children’s children may benefit from it.

Bakare who was represented by the NGC General Manager, Support Services, Mrs Mariam Emmanel-Ate, said that NGC would continue to solicit the community’s co-operation and assistance of peace and support for its business growth.

“As a responsive company, NGC remains committed to developing a robust and sustainable relationship with its over 350 host communities in the country to enhance business growth,” Bakare said.

On his part the monarch of Itoki community, Kolawale Adebesin, who also applauded NGC for the gesture, saying that through out the globe health care delivery system was attracting greater attention adding that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation.

He said the community was greatful to NGC because the health facility would save the lives of those who would have died without a health facility in the community.

“We are proud to be associated with NNPC. We are also proud of the unquantifiable achievements of the corporation. We promise you, on our part, to ensure greater peace and friendship with your organization.

“I am proud to say that the Basic Health Centre we are commissioning today is one of five of such in the entire county donated by NNPC. This is to indicate how we are taken to heart by NNPC. For this we are most grateful,” the monarch said.

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