- Whenever Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state makes a promise, he does not fail to fulfill it
- The Lagos governor proved this again on Wednesday, December 15, at the General Hospital in Odan
- Sanwo-Olu gave new cars to 30 medical directors in tertiary and secondary health institutions across the state for their hard work
It was a day of joy on Wednesday, December 15, at the General Hospital in Odan in Lagos when Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu gifted medical directors new cars.
As revealed by Governor Sanwo-Olu on his Instagram page on Thursday, it was the handover ceremony organised in fulfillment of his promise to cater to the welfare of medical workers in the state.
The cars were handed to 30 medical directors in secondary and tertiary healthcare institutions across the state.
He said his government will continue investing in expanding access to healthcare in Lagos through the upgrade and improvement in hospital infrastructure,
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The governor added that the administration is also fulfilling the "promise to provide better welfare packages that will enhance service delivery to health care professionals."
He went on to urge I urged the directors to "continue to commit themselves to better service delivery and also inspire other professionals under them to stay true to their oath to always make caring for their patients a solemn duty."
"I presented 30 new vehicles to Medical Directors of Lagos state Secondary and Tertiary Healthcare institutions.
"This handover ceremony which took place at the General Hospital in Odan, was in fulfillment of our administration’s promise to ensure that our healthcare workers’ welfare will always be a priority. It was also an opportunity to thank them for their dedication and service."
Man of his word: APC governor crushes seized motorcycles
Meanwhile, following the violation of traffic laws, a lot of impounded motorcycles in various locations in Lagos were crushed by the state government the Alausa Secretariat, Ikeja.
The commissioner for police in the state, Hakeem Odumosu, was present at the site where not less than 482 motorbikes were crushed.
Odumosu noted that the exercise was made public to correct insinuations by some persons who alleged that the vehicles were being sold and recycled.