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Bada Commends LJLA Fellows Over Isheri PHC Upgrade

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Kehinde Adeleye

 

 

Ikosi-Isheri Local Council Development Area (LCDA) Chairman, Princess Samiat Bada, recently commended the fellows of TEAM IMPACT, the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy, for their remarkable work in renovating the Isheri Primary Healthcare Center (PHC) under the auspices of the Greater Health Project.

The extensive renovation of the Isheri PHC includes a complete overhaul, the installation of solar inverters to provide uninterrupted power supply, human resource development for the healthcare staff, and digitalization of work processes and payments.

 

Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, stressed the pivotal role of quality healthcare as a basic human right essential for societal growth and progress. She emphasized that access to healthcare services is not just about ensuring individual and family well-being but also facilitating the education of children and productivity of the workforce, which are crucial pillars of a thriving community.

 

The re-commissioning of the Isheri Primary Healthcare Centre marked a new chapter in the community’s quest for better healthcare services.

 

 

Princess Samiat acknowledged the spirit of collaboration and determination that made this achievement possible, thanking the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy for their visionary leadership and support in realizing the project.

 

She also commended the healthcare workers for their dedication and compassion, recognizing them as the backbone of the healthcare system. Princess Samiat’s speech underscored the significance of this milestone in enhancing healthcare access and quality within the community.

 

Princess Samiat Bada highlighted the significance of prioritizing the health and welfare of Ikosi-Isheri residents during her recent address. She emphasized the administration’s commitment to investing in the health sector, specifically mentioning the ongoing development of the Ikosi-Isheri Modern Healthcare Centre.

 

In her speech, Princess Samiat expressed confidence in the upcoming completion of the healthcare center, promising that it would be exceptional. She called for unity in ensuring that every individual in the community, regardless of background or status, can access the necessary healthcare services.

 

Wrapping up her remarks, Princess Samiat urged everyone to support the Greater Health Project as a symbol of collective strength and resilience. She encouraged collaboration to create a healthier, happier, and more prosperous community for future generations.

 

The Lagos State Head of Service, Mr. Bode Agoro, commended the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy for its “great project” aimed at promoting youth involvement in Governance. He also praised the Mayoress of Ikosi-Isheri Local Council Development Area (LCDA) for her “tireless” support for the initiative.

 

Agoro emphasized the importance of youth participation in Government, stating that “if you don’t join the Government, you won’t have a safe policy, a written policy.” He encouraged young people to get involved in public service, noting that “the future belongs to them” and that they are needed to “handle the system” and ensure continuity.

 

Agoro also acknowledged Bada’s contributions to Ikosi-Isheri LCDA, saying that “she does a lot for the LCDA, much more than this, but we appreciate her support in doing this.” He expressed hope that initiatives like this will be promoted further, ensuring a brighter future for all.

 

Bode Agoro, commended Ms. Ayisat Agbaje-Okunade, the Executive Secretary of the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy, for her outstanding leadership and impact on the academy’s fellows.

 

He praised Agbaje-Okunade’s leadership, stating that “her exceptional leadership has not only steered the academy towards success but also instilled strong moral values and leadership skills in the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy Fellows.”