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MGK Healthcare Welcomes Its Partner Medica Overseas from Egypt




MGK Healthcare Services in Kano on Sunday, 21st August 2022 welcomed its partners from Egypt under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between MGK Healthcare Services, Kano and Medica Overseas, Egypt.

The entourage of MGK Healthcare Services welcomed the team of medical experts at Malam Aminu Kano International airport in Kano. After receiving them, they were immediately driven to the hospital located at Karkasara road in Tarauni local government area of Kano State.

Malam Muhammad Garba, the proprietor and Coordinator of the hospital, presented the staff of the hospital to their partners.

While addressing newsmen in Kano, the proprietor, Malam Muhammad Garba, underlined the benefits of the MoU to the society, which he said will improve the services of the hospital which if that is achieved, the community health will be improved which is a plus to the society. He further added; “in general the entire healthcare service is to serve humanity. When you have an improved service it means improved services to humanity. Our partners have a lot of knowledge in the healthcare industry and they will add value by impacting their knowledge to our staff and applying same to the patients”.

He, therefore, pledged to mitigate the number of people travelling abroad to seek medical treatment; “we know a lot of people travel abroad to seek medical attention and now with their coming here we are trying to see how we are going to reduce the number of this travel no matter the percentage”, he noted.

Malam Garba also added; “we try to see that apart from them being physically here in Kano. we are going to introduce the telemedicine facility in such a way that if there are cases that requires consultants in other fields that are not physically present, they will be able to communicate with the patients from our facility”

While addressing Newsmen Malam Garba said; “the guests we received now are our partners. Some months ago we have signed MoU with Medica Overseas. The MoU aims to exchange knowledge and improve our service delivery. We have a system we are running now and hope that with their experience in Healthcare management services they are going to add value. We are aiming for greater heights; we are associating with other partners with the same like minds towards achieving the set objectives of the Facility”.

Malam Garba said the healthcare industry requires a lot of dedication and services from people; “We are out to give the little we can based on our capacity”. He appreciates the government’s efforts in providing healthcare services, but said there is the need for participation of the private healthcare industry; “ A visit to all the government facilities we have will indicate to you that there is need for participation of the private health sector. We are not competing in any way with the government but we are there to complement the government effort by saving people from troubles of time management, quick access to the healthcare facility, quicker diagnosis and treatments easy referrals, and a lot. We are out to render services a little different from what is obtainable in most of the places”, he stressed.

He further highlighted the services of MGK Healthcare which include; General outpatients Clinic, Inpatient Clinic, Obstetrics & Gynaecology clinic, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, ENT Paediatric, General Surgery, pharmaceutical, Laboratory, radiology, orthopaedic and dental surgery clinic, private ambulance services for emergency cases.

In his speech, the CEO of Medica Overseas from Egypt, Dr Thamer Kazamel, stated that he was very elated by the warm reception by MGK Healthcare; “it is beyond my imagination”.

He promised to come up with new strategies that will align with the aim and objectives of MGK Healthcare to improve the services of the hospital. He assured of creating a feedback mechanism where people can voice out their feelings about the services and lay complain if any; “We will create a suggestion box and other e-channels so that people can easily reach us with their suggestion/complain”, he said.

Dr Kazamel noted that they will also provide a Customer care service agent that will oversee patients’ needs and other people that interact with the hospital. He also added that they will provide everything needed for their patients.

Dr Kazamel said they will also enhance the treatment of patients here at home as if they were abroad.

He urged the staff to work hard and hoped to get cooperation from them to achieve the set goals so that they can take the hospital to greater heights.

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It was a moment of joy , Thanksgiving and excitement as members of the Church of Christ, Karu-Jikwoyi Congregation Celebrates Evangelist Milling Chukwumaeze who bows out after twenty-one years as minister of the congregation.

The New Preacher of the congregation, Evangelist Innocent Agu led other members to present a three million naira bank check in appreciation for the good work done by the exiting Preacher.

Speaking during the event tagged , ” Celebration of Service” Evangelist Obakemi Moses of the Church of Christ, Nyanya congregation Charged Preachers of the Lord’s Church to be Passionate about their works at all times. He reminded them that God has called them out to dedicate themselves to his service. He lauded the Church of Christ Karu-Jikwoyi for celebrating Evangelist Milling Chukwumaeze.

Evangelist Obakemi tasked the Churches to always be focus on its goals as stated in the holy scriptures.

In welcome remarks, the host Evangelist, Innocent Agu thanked his predecessor for diligently servicing the congregation in the past twenty-one years. He noted that the Church will continue to respect and love the outgoing Preacher. He gave a historic explanation of how Evangelist Milling Chukwumaeze became a member of the Lord’s Church while praising his dedication all these years.

In their Goodwill messages, Evangelist Imoh Atakpa of the Church of Christ, Kubwa and his Kagini Counterpart Evangelist Uche Onyeike tasked members of the Lord’s Church to take proper care of their Evangelists if they hope to get the best of them. They lauded Evangelist Milling Chukwumaeze for his commitment to duty, especially in the Television Evangelism activities of the Churches of Christ in Abuja and its Environs.

In his response, Evangelist Milling Chukwumaeze thanked the Church of Christ Karu-Jikwoyi for giving him the opportunity to serve in God’s vineyard and supported him throughout the last two decades on the saddle. He said though age was not on his side he was not willing to quit, but the congregation decided otherwise. Evangelist Chukwumaeze enjoined the members to be heavenly minded at all times while running the Christian race with purity and steadfastness. He prayed for the congregation to do better under his successor while enjoining everyone to support him physically and spiritually.

Highpoint of the event was the cutting of the celebration cake and general presentation of gifts by members.

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Rev Yakubu dispels Yomi’s claims of NCPC suspension of pilgrimage



….says exercise ongoing, challenges Adamawa CAN chairman on corruption allegations

The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission, Reverend Yakubu Pam, on Saturday debunked claims that the NCPC has suspended the 2022 pilgrimage.

Pam also challenged the Chairman of the Adamawa State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Bishop Steven Dami Manzo over the corruption allegations he levelled against him.

NCPC Board Chairman, Rev Yomi Kasali had recently announced the suspension of all activities related to this year’s pilgrimage to Jerusalem while Bishop Manzo had accused the NCPC executive secretary of financial misappropriation.

Reacting during a news programme on TVC on Saturday evening, the NCPC boss said as the chief accounting officer of the commission, nobody had suspended the 2022 pilgrimage.

He said there was no time that the NCPC management or Board held any meeting to take a decision to suspend this year’s pilgrimage, which had already commenced and was still ongoing.

Pam clarified that due to some logistics problems encountered in the course of the pilgrimage, the Board of the Commission met in November and resolved that the commission would not continue with the airlifting of the pilgrims from the states that had paid to Israel for the November-December exercise.

He added that discontinuing the airlifting of intending pilgrims does not amount to and should not be misconstrued as a suspension of the entire pilgrimage activities.

Pam further stated that suspending pilgrimage was a cumbersome process which the Commission could not unilaterally take a decision on as its supervisory body must inform the President through the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and the National Assembly.

He added that the Commission’s customers, which are the state governments that have paid and the private tour operators could also drag NCPC to court if it decided to take any decision to suspend the pilgrimage.

Pam said, “Because of the logistics problems we faced, we said we should not continue with airlifting, not suspending pilgrimage activities. Suspension means that everything is locked down.

“Before you make a statement on anything suspension, you must write our supervisory body and tell them that we’re suspending activities. You’ll also have to, which is through the office of the SGF, to inform Mr President that everything in the commission is suspended. You must also write the National Assembly and our customers because they have the right to take us to court as a lot of them have paid us to travel.

“But when we say airlifting is suspended, it means other activities are going on and what are other activities? Today, we have over 12 states that have already paid to travel and we’re conducting what we call screening to make sure we have those who are certified to travel, by health, and those that we feel may not abscond. This is what is going on and is part of the pilgrimage activities and just within three weeks or two weeks ago, we have more than four states that have already paid.

“And we have private sector tour organisations which registered with us and they have the licence to carry people to Israel and bring them back but through us because we also screen them and we are in charge of the visas. Until we write the authorities and Government of Israel to give them visas, they will not have visas. And right now as I’m talking, we have over a hundred of them in Israel. So, if there is suspension of pilgrimage activities, why are people in Israel? Why are people in Jordan?”

Pam also said there was no controversy about the N1.5millon paid by intending pilgrims, adding that the commission held a meeting with its private customers and the states in September where the fee was agreed upon.

“As I said, about 12 states have already paid. We start with that first before you go into procurement and then you award the contract to the contractors that will carry the people by the airlines and then the ground handlers who are there in Israel,” he said.

On the corruption allegations leveled against him by the Adamawa State CAN chairman, the NCPC boss said anyone with any proof of graft against should present his evidence to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, which is the supervisory body rather than making wild and unfounded allegations in the media.

“I’m here as the chief accounting officer of the commission to say that there is no suspension of pilgrimage anywhere. If somebody mentions corruption at NCPC, there is a way you can bring it up – bring evidence of the money and whatever it is, there is EFCC or you can take it to those who supervise us. You can come to the media level corruption allegations,” Pam said.

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WAYSS2022: U.S Secretary Envoy on Trade, Patricia Yakubu to deliver keynote address




The U.S Secretary Envoy on Trade Amb. Patricia Yakubu has been announced as the keynote speaker at the West African Youths and Students Summit (WAYSS2022) scheduled to hold in Niamey of Niger 🇳🇪 Republic. In a release by the Secretary-General, Amb Mohammed Ahmed Marafa, the theme of the summit is ‘Empowering the West African Young Population for Sustainable Development’

The summit is the flagship annual event of the West African Youth Congress that brings together young people on the subregion and diaspora to deliberate on the crucial issues affecting the common future of young people. WAYC convenes the largest youths and students gathering on the subregion under the banner of West Africa Youths & Students Summit (WAYSS).

The Summit will commence on December 15, 2022 and among some prominent speakers are Head of UN Human Rights Commission Niger 🇳🇪 Republic, Amb. Dr. Omer Kebiwou KALAMEU, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Niger Republic, His Excellency M. Ahmed Ali Sirohey, and CEO Hon. Ikechukwu Ezeugwu Foundation of Nigeria.

Others are Ambassador of Nigeria to Niger Republic, Minister of Youth and Sports of The Gambia, Hon. Bakary Y. Badji, The Minister of Youth and Sports of Niger Republic Sekou Doro Adamou, Dr. Samuel C. Avemaria Utulu of the American University of Nigeria and Hon. Mohammed Mayas a seasoned politician and Academician among others.

Highpoints of the summit will include Panel and Interactive sessions.

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