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CSO advocates accountability in healthcare delivery



The Country Director, Mamaye Evidence for Action (MamayeE4A), a Civil Socity Organisation, Mr Tunde Segun, on Saturday called for adequate accountability in healthcare service delivery system in Nigeria.

Making the call at the 2019 Mamaye Day on Saturday in Abuja, Segun stressed the need for a system that would deliver affordable, high quality maternal and child health services to those at greatest risk.

He underscored the need to amplify awareness regarding health system gaps to galvanise the action of key actors.

Segun also noted the need to lay the foundation for the development of remedial action road maps with specified and assigned roles, responsibilities and timelines.

He said that every life in Nigeria must be valued, not only by external observers, but by Nigerians.

Segun, however, said that every person has a role to play in making needs known, insisting on change and implementing appropriate remedies.

“Every Government is installed and empowered by its people. It is to the people that our government ultimately accounts for the stewardship of the people’s resources.

“A thriving and competitive economy can only be sustained by healthy people,’’ he said.

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