The ongoing reforms in the country’s health sector will be successfully and smoothly concluded, the Director General of the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), Alex Okoh, has assured.
Okoh made the pledge recently when the Rotary Club of Ibadan Onireke Neighbourhood honoured him with an award of Excellence for his immense contributions to the reform and privatisation programme of the Federal Government and his diligent services to the nation.
The DG of the privatization agency said the Bureau had been working on a comprehensive health sector reform programme for the last two years, adding that when completed, it would bequeath a better and more efficient health sector in Nigeria capable of curbing maternal mortality, medical tourism and other challenges in the health sector.
He applauded the Rotary Club for the award and thanked it for its consistency in offering humanitarian services in Nigeria, adding that the Bureau was pleased with the activities of the Club.
While presenting the award to Okoh, the Charter President of the Rotary Club, Abuja, Adedotun Amori said the club was pleased with him for his reform initiatives aimed at ensuring a better Nigeria for its citizens and humanity at large.
The President of the club reiterated the commitment of the Club to continue to add value to humanity, urging the staff and management of the BPE to continue with the reform programme, as many sectors of the Nigerian economy have been resuscitated because of the reform initiatives of the BPE.
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