THE All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State has paid a glowing tribute to one of the illustrious sons of the state, Prof. Isaac Adewole, the Honourable Minister of Health, just as they felicitated with him on the occasion of his 63rd birthday.

Contained in a congratulatory message personally signed and made available to newsmen in Osogbo, the state capital yesterday by the State chairman of the party, Prince Gboyega Famodun, the party noted, “we join millions of your friends and well-wishers all over the globe as you celebrate 63 years of impact-driven existence on earth as an accomplished professional in the field of medicine and a superlative administrator in the academic world.

“As one of us and the ambassador of our people in Osun, we are proud of your achievements, we thank you for adding beautiful colours to the State of Osun through your qualitative service as the helmsman at the Ministry of Health”

The party also commended the Minister for his commitment towards reviving the Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs) in Nigeria, describing it as an initiative targeted at reducing maternal and child death, an approach to make the poorest Nigerians enjoy meaningful health services.

“You have exhibited uncommon wisdom, remarkable vision and exemplary leadership in resuscitating the Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs), an initiative which is drastically reducing maternal and child death, an approach to make the poorest Nigerians enjoy meaningful health services, even at the remotest corner of the country, your passionate resilience towards the realization of 10,000 functional PHCs is yielding fruits.
Thank you our Minister”.

“Our own dear Professor, we wish you peace, good health, sound mind and happiness as you forge ahead in delivering the expected dividends of democracy under the President Muhammadu Buhari led APC Federal government”.

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