Published On: Mon, Nov 5th, 2018

Healthcare: Bappah tasks HHSS staff on dedication to duty

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By Stanley Onyekwere

Staff of the Federal Capital Territory Health and Human Services Secreteriat (HHSS) have been implored to rededicate themselves to their duties, in order to keep providing sound healthcare services in the Territory.
This charge was given by the new HHSS Secretary, Mallam Adamu Abubakar Bappah last week, during the his second day of receiving briefs from the various Heads of Parastatal, Agency, Departments, and Unit of the Secretariat.
Bappah urged the HHSS staff to give their maximum cooperation for the FCT Administration to take the health sector to greater hights.
He observed the Healthcare delivery services in the Territory have been of qualitative and affordable to residents.
Bappah, who was moved from the Area Councils Services Secretariat to the Health Secretariat recently, pledged to improve on the current achievement in the sector.
He also praised the present FCT Administration under stewardship of Mallam Muhammad Musa Bello , for providing health care services at the door steps of most residents.
According to him, “We will have meaningful success when we work together, bringing meaningful ideas and cooperation.
“I urge staff especially those at the management positions to re- dedicate themselves to their duties, as the secretariat is saddled with the responsibility of providing sound health care services in the Territory.”
PeoplesDaily reports that the one-week briefing had commenced last Thursday, entered it’s second day with the Department of Pharmacitical services/Abuja Central Medical Store, Health Planning Research and Statistic, aimed at highlighting major achievements and challenges with a view to surmmonting them.
The briefing session was also attended by the former Acting Secretary and the General Manager FCT Hospitals Management Board Dr. Aminu Mai, Director, Department of Health Planning Research and Statistics Dr Muhammad Kawu, and other top senior officials in the secretariat.

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