In a country where the medical journals of her leaders are in foreign countries, can such a country be considered as secure? Looking at 2016 budget, Government State House Medical Centre Abuja, alone, had a capital budget of $16million. This State House Hospital is supposed to provide exclusive care for the President, vice President, their families, staff of the State House and, what is described as, other entitled public servants. My questions are, why is this hospital not qualified to treat President Buhari? What is the need for this Abuja Special State House Hospital, if it is incapable of treating President Buhari? On what was the $16 million budgeted for 2016 disbursed? Apart from this special hospital for the Presidency, there are 16 University Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria. Is it not a shame for Nigeria that none of the specialist Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria can treat our ailing President?
Skickat: den 23 februari 2017 15:07
Till: Ayo Olukotun
Ämne: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Fw: prof's column
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