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FMC Keffi: NSIA backs CMD, describes petition as baseless

The Nasarawa state indigene association, NSIA FMC Keffi, has rubbished report accusing the Medical Director of Federal Medical Centre, Keffi, Dr. Yaya Adamu of fraud…

The Nasarawa state indigene association, NSIA FMC Keffi, has rubbished report accusing the Medical Director of Federal Medical Centre, Keffi, Dr. Yaya Adamu of fraud and high-handedness.

The association said the publication is a fraud because it is ill-motivated, mischievous, unfounded and unsubstantiated.

“The said petition is nothing but a mere move targeted at casting aspersions and distraction on the personality, integrity and reputation of the Medical Director who has distinguished himself with dedication and absolute commitment to the service of his father land since his assumption of office in May, 2018,” the association said in a statement signed by its chairman, comrade Isa Dan Adamu.

He noted that the petition which necessitated the publication by a national newspaper was sponsored by some unscrupulous element as the petitioner is faceless and cannot be identify.

“The name in the petition; “Isiak Abdullahi is neither a staff of Federal Medical Centre Keffi, none a member of Keffi Community. Perhaps, they were sponsored by some unscrupulous element within the system who are bent on a mission of stopping the Medical Director/CE from doing the good work he is doing to transform the centre into a real centre of excellence in order to pave way for them to continue to milk the limited resources meant for development and progress of the centre,” he added.

The association urged members of the public and all relevant stakeholders to disregard the petition, stressing that “it is mischievous, misguided, and unfounded and cannot be substantiated. Instead, of counting the achievements of the Medical Director/CE, they choose to lay low in trying to paint him black and deterred him from concentrating on the implementation of the good policies he has put in place”

The association added that the issue of deposit for services was not made compulsory on patient.

The association listed some of the major achievements of the Medical Director to include procurement of new oxygen production plant for the manufacturing/ production of oxygen for the centre and selling to other institutions, purchase and launching of ventilator at the ICU of the centre, introduction of Nurses internship programme and building of new laboratory complex among others.

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