Prof. Temitope Alonge, the Chief Medical Director of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, says death from cardiovascular diseases is on the increase in Nigeria.
University College Hospital
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State says his administration has expended more than N200 billion on infrastructure to make the state attractive to investors.
The Vice President made the disclosure during a town hall meeting with a cross-section of youths from Oyo State, held at the Ogunlesi Hall, University College Hospital, Ibadan.
Deji Bobade, the Public Relations Officer of the hospital, confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria in Ibadan.
Dr Ibisola Babalola, the President of the association, told a news conference in Ibadan on Wednesday that the body was not impressed with the handling of the matter by security agencies particularly the police.
Raji disclosed this in an exclusive interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ibadan on Wednesday while speaking on the theme of the 2018 World Kidney Day, which is observed every second Thursday in the month of March.
Prof. Temitope Alonge, the Chief Medical Director of the hospital, made the assertion on Monday at a news briefing to herald the week-long activities lined-up for the 60th anniversary of UCH
A statement by Dr. Olushola Ibiyemi, the General Secretary of the association, said: “Nigerian populace has suffered enough and the health sector must desist from adding to their burden”
Olaopa, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ibadan, said that the decision was in line with directive from the National Executive Council of the National Association of Resident Doctors.
Onadeko made this disclosure while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Ibadan on the occasion to commemorate the 2017 World Hypertension Day
The Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Kunle Ajisebutu, confirmed the accident and said that 11 others, including three children, sustained severe injuries