Executive Governor of Osun State, Gboyega Oyetola, on Thursday, inaugurated a six-man committee to oversee the activities of the health sector in the state.
The committee christened ‘State of Osun Special Health Intervention and Revitalisation’, is expected to review the state of the sector for efficient and effective healthcare delivery.
According to the governor, the committee would leverage on the quick rehabilitation and revitalisation of 332 primary healthcare centres across the state.
The governor said the rehabilitation and revitalisation process would be run under the auspices of the Ministry of Health which would champion the success of the initiative.
“This is a reflection of our commitment to ensure a free healthcare delivery at the primary and secondary levels.
“It shows that we take health sector seriously and that we are paying a serious attention to the health sector.
“This is to show that we have health as one of the critical sectors to be improved upon within 100 days ?of our administration.
“Apart from the fact that this state had recorded a huge success in building infrastructure in all sectors, we are going to maintain the tempo of development in the health sector and ensure that they are fully revitalised.
“So, when we talk about revitalisation, it is not about making the hospital beautiful, but it also entails the provision of drugs, personnel and making sure that the infrastructure is good”, he added.