The Cheer News
Breaking News

FG Lauds Nigerian Nurses, Doctors Over Coronavirus Fight

Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, on Wednesday, commended the Nigerian Health Workers for their outstanding fight against COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

He gave the commendation in a goodwill message to the President of the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Mr Abdulrafiu Adetunji on the occasion of the 2020 World Health Day Celebration in Abuja.

According to him, the World Health Organisation has dedicated this year’s World Health Day to the Nursing Profession with a theme, “ Support Nurses and Midwives,” in view of their critical role in the battle against the raging COVID-19 pandemic.

The minister said the account of the battle on COVID-19 would be incomplete without the gallant roles of the healthcare professionals -doctors, nurses, midwives, Lab. Tech and Allied Health Professionals.

“They are the bulwark, the frontline soldiers in the war against the enemy, the Coronavirus and its attendant disease condition -COVID-19,” he said.

Ngige recalled that the circumstances in which the Nurses and Midwives operated to save lives, exposed them to numerous health hazards and in some cases, death and noted the appropriateness of the theme of this year’s celebration.

He further paid tributes to the efforts of the members of the union in fighting the pandemic in Nigeria.

READ ALSO: 10,000 Cases Of Coronavvirus Recorded In Africa- WHO

The minister urged them not to relent in the various battles of the war, especially in the epicentre of the pandemic in Lagos, FCT and other states of the federation.

He, however, assured them of the continued support of the Federal Government and prayed God to protect them.

Related posts

2023: Gentleman Agreement of Zoning of Leadership in Nigeria will Make Election Tougher- US Diplomat(Linda Thomas- Greenfield)

DANIEL OKOLIE

2023: We Have Already Found Another Zik of Africa- Ohanaeze Youth

DANIEL OKOLIE

Police ‘Shoots’ a Schoolgirl in Abuja

DANIEL OKOLIE

Leave a Comment

52 + = 60