The Provost of the Federal College of Medical Laboratory Science and Technology, FCMLST, Jos, Professor Sunday Etukudoh, has reiterated the need for all stakeholders to put hands on deck to ensure the health care delivery system in Nigeria is improved positively.
Professor Etukudoh made the call, during the inauguration of elected executives of the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU), FCMLST chapter, Lamingo Jos, Plateau State.
He commended the FCMLST chapter for its positive approach in making their demands, saying that their role has always been moral persuasion.
The provost said that consequent upon the above, there has been relative peace in the college leading to aggregate concentration for greater achievements.
He added that FCMLST, being a research, diagnostic centre and also a training institution, has grown well in a peaceful environment.
Etukudoh hoped NASU would continue to lend solidarity and make meaningful contributions toward the growth of FCMLST while inculcating the positive virtues of according sincere appreciation.
He also revealed that the minister of health had approved that the college expand its scope of learning by training persons who will graduate as immunologists.