By Umaru Emma.
In a bid to revamping Health Care System in the state, few months ago Gov Ishaku commenced the renovation of Wukari General Hospital through the Rescue Mission Initiative(RMI) in a view of upgrading both physical and medical structures of the hospital through refurbishment of the general block and replacement of obsolete equipments with viable medical tools and consumables.
The Wukari General Hospital, which is one of the foremost medical outpost in the ancient Jukun town has suffered both physical dilapidation and personnel inefficiency like others across the state. However, the medical outlet has been providing medical services to the residents year in year out in, but in a declining state until recently obsolescence nearly cripple its service delivery. And unfortunately whilst in a state of diminishing return, successive administrations in the state failed to capture its plight, until the emergence of the present administration- Gov Ishaku couldn’t stand his sight when he visit the hospital. He swung into rescue action after discussion and unfettered cooperation with critical stakeholders in the historic Jukun hub alongside the hospital management in a view of rewriting the story of the medicine house. Behold, the project is ongoing, almost 75% completion.
Summarily a statement released today by the Executive Chairman of Wukari LGA, Hon Daniel Adi lauded the effort of the Rescue Captain, Gov. Ishaku on the ongoing project, especially on the speed of the labour output and ceaseless provision of needed building materials which he termed as ‘high standard’.
Mr Adi further expressed in satisfactory remark that Wukari General Hospital is on the verge of becoming the marvel of the Rescue Mission Initiative(RMI)- That the residents of Wukari have been caught in the web of joy owing to how the state government under the leadership of the Rescue Captain didn’t allow her attention to be taken away from this lifesaving project by other happenings in the state but remain focus towards ensuring that the project is given uninterrupted supervision and due financial application. He finally thanked the Governor and urged Tarabans to continue to give Gov. Ishaku PEACE and earn development in return.