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Ehanire lauds telco for recognising frontline health workers


Osagie Ehanire. Photo: TWITTER/FMOHNIGERIA

The Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, has said the gesture by 9mobile to celebrate frontline health workers by recognising and rewarding most outstanding health workers would go a long way to boost their morale.
Ehanire, who gave the commendation at the health workers recognition event, organised by the telco to celebrate health workers at the National Hospital, Abuja, also lauded 9mobile for its support in the ongoing fight against COVID-19.
The minister, who was represented by the Director of Hospital Services, Federal Ministry of Health, Dr. Adebimpe Adebiyi, said:


“The award recipient of today is just one of the many who are spread across the healthcare system doing their best wherever they find themselves, and the country and the health sector would always want more of them.
“I acknowledge 9mobile’s germane and enviable gesture.  It is a resourceful partnership that the Federal Ministry of Health highly cherishes.”
Acknowledging the minister’s commendation, Director of Sales, 9mobile, Tosin Olulana, who represented the Acting Chief Executive Director of 9mobile, Juergen Peschel, reiterated the need to support the efforts of frontline health workers who constantly risk their lives to save others.

On his part, the Chief Medical Director, National Hospital, Abuja, Dr. Jaf Momoh, who responded on behalf of the hospital management, said: “It is encouraging to know that organisations like 9mobile notice the efforts being made by health workers to give their best for the benefit of the society. We appreciate your team for deeming it fit to stop by to celebrate one of us; we are delighted about it. This will spur us to do more in the discharge of our duties.” 
The recipient of the award, Dr. Abussamad Ayinde, expressed his delight and appreciation to 9mobile for shining the spotlight on the sacrifices being made by health workers like him in the country.
Ayinde is an alumnus of the University of Ibadan, where he obtained his MBBS. He had his horsemanship at the University College Hospital Ibadan before proceeding to the Federal Medical Centre Owerri for his one-year mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). He is a Fellow of the West Africa College of Physician, Faculty of Family Medicine. 

During the 20th anniversary of National Hospital Abuja, he was awarded the Most Dedicated Staff, Department of Family Medicine, and was given a certificate of commendation for volunteering to manage COVID -19 patients.  


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