Saraki: 2023 Candidates Must Disclose Their Agenda For Healthcare
Bukola Saraki, the one-time Senate President has asked Nigerians to question Politicians on their plans for the Healthcare sector during campaigns in view of the 2023 elections.
Saraki said this while speaking at the Universal Health Coverage Summit organised by Chatham House at the Yar’Adua Centre in Abuja, on Thursday. DAILY TRUST reports.Information Guide Nigeria
In a statement signed by the Head, Abubakar Bukola Saraki Media Office, Abuja, Olu Onemola said:
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“Very soon, politicians will soon start campaigning to be President or to be governors. Nigerians must ask them, ‘What are your plans for universal health coverage?’ and ‘How do you intend to achieve it?’ When the time comes, the answers to these questions must be considered by the electorate.” jamb results
“As a medical doctor, this is a topic that is close to my heart. It is a topic that I believe that we all need to get on board to ensure that more Nigerians have access to healthcare coverage.
“To achieve development, the Nigerian population must be healthy. If we can get healthcare coverage right as a nation, we will be doing a lot for our citizens.
“However, the people that truly matter, the political leaders and decision-makers at the national and sub-national levels should be the ones at summits like this one to discuss what their manifestos and plans in the healthcare sector are for the Nigerian people.
“We can pass three more laws or five more laws. However, unless the leadership of the nation and our states believe in holistic healthcare coverage for all like all the doctors and healthcare public policy experts in this room, we will not be able to achieve universal healthcare coverage,” the former Kwara State Governor said.
“We must look at how we can achieve this between 2023 and 2027. The state and federal governments must first focus on how to ensure that the less privileged in our society receive healthcare coverage between 2023 and 2025.”
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