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Saturday, June 10, 2023

VIDEO: Clip of Bola Tinubu saying 'Let the poor breath, don't suffocate them' is REVEALED

Clip of Bola Tinubu saying 'Let the poor breath, don't suffocate them' is REVEALED.

Public sentiment supports you to mobilise the country’s best minds and strengthen alliances. It would be no exaggeration to say that you are endowed with a rare genius for fishing out technocrats. I must admit that to rule a country like Nigeria takes a lot of courage and gut, which you must display by listening to the voice of the people. How you deal with diverse issues will reveal much about Nigeria’s future. This is why I am writing as a concerned citizen to let you know that you can answer a call to greatness.

Going by the Constitution of the World Health Organisation (WHO), which came into force on April 7, 1948, health is defined “as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Healthcare delivery that is accessible, affordable and available to the people is, therefore, seen as one of the cardinal objectives of Human Rights.

The whole international community had agreed both at the Alma Ata and the following Riga Conference, that primary health care is the only viable way to go in order to produce optimum health for the people. But the million-naira question is how well it is organized and delivered in different countries, to lift their citizens from all manner of diseases and factors of ill health.

Conversely, there is a dying fire that has just been passed for you to watch. How you fan the ember depends on you and your lieutenants. If you believe it’s over now, you might be toying with a dying patient. I will take you to one of the greatest books, the bible. When Joshua crossed the Jordan River, the promised land was still ahead. The people of Israel still had to fight in order to possess the land and be able to enjoy all other promises of God.

With regard to Nigeria’ssituation, the 2000 World Health Report ranked the country as the187th of the 191 member nations for its health system’s performance. According to the Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care, 16 (1) 1-3 past and present the poor ranking “speaks a whole lot about the fact that our health system is not working.”

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