Zamfara state government has sponsored a total (420) state indigenes to study health related courses across the fourteen local government areas of the state.
Zamfara State Deputy Governor Sen. Hassan Muhammad Nasiha who stated this in Gusau on Sunday during an official flag-off of the Women and Children Primary Health Care Centers across the (147) wards in the state assured that the government had also sponsored (45) state indigenes to study Midwifery courses at the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
At the flag-off ceremony, the Deputy Governor also distribute tricycle ambulances to all the new health facilities inaugurated.
Sen. Nasiha who stood in for Governor Bello Matawalle called on the Local government Council Sole Administrators, traditional rulers and health personnel to ensure judicious use of the facilities for the betterment of the people.
Zamfara Commissioner for Local government and Community Development Abubakar S. Fawa Dambo thanked Governor Matawalle for the gesture, noting that the intervention will surely help in reducing the suffering of the people in the rural areas.
Royal fathers at the occasion and indeed some beneficiaries thanked Governor Matawalle for the gesture and kind intervention.