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Wike welcomes delivery of Rivers New Year babies

04 January 2016, 10:48Augustine Osayande

Abuja - The Rivers State First Lady, Justice Suzzette Nyesom-Wike, has commended medical professionals for always sacrificing their time and lives to serve the people.

She gave the commendation at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH) during her visit to babies born in the New Year.

The governor’s wife commended the medical team of the UPTH for their professionalism, praying that God would strengthen them in 2016 to serve the people diligently.

“I highly commend the medical team at the UPTH for their dedication to duty and team spirit. I wish them all a happy and successful 2016,” Wike said.

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She said medical professionals deserved support from members of the public.

Wike meanwhile praised God for the successful delivery of the New Year babies in the hospital.

“My first day of this year started with a visit to the UPTH where I met the parents of the first child born in that hospital this year. Both parents and the babies are well and happy and received gifts.”

The governor’s wife added that the welfare of children would continue to receive priority attention by the administration of Governor Nyesom Wike.

Commissioners of Women Affairs Ukel Oyaghiri, Commissioner of Agriculture, Onimim Jacks, Wife of the Head of Service, Matilda Godwyns and Wife of the Chief of Staff, Grace Woke, accompanies Wike to the UPTH. 

- CAJ News


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