In a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mallam Ibrahim Addra, is expected to speak on the topic “Leaving no one behind: Improving healthcare for vulnerable people in Nasarawa State”
Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, has traveled to London, where he is billed to speak on the efforts of his administration to deliver healthcare to the vulnerable in the society, during the Public Health Africa Policy Forum, organised by the Chatham House.
Engineer Sule flew out from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, Wednesday night.
The Governor, who is traveling on the invitation of the world leading policy institute, in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mallam Ibrahim Addra, is expected to speak on the topic “Leaving no one behind: Improving healthcare for vulnerable people in Nasarawa State” with a view to sharing ideas and experiences towards better collaborative actions.
According to the statement, the Public Health Africa Policy Forum, is using the platform of Chatham House to convene high-level policymakers from Nigeria with global health partners and other public health stakeholders to discuss the current policy and implementation challenges and offer viable options and solutions for improvement and success.
The high level engagement is also expected to identify options for global collaborative efforts and opportunities for working together to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes in Nigeria.
The parley will afford Engineer Sule opportunity to further enhance the push by his administration for improved healthcare for vulnerable persons in the state.