Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has said his administration is so much committed to embarking on policies and building a legacy that would end the brain drain in the medical profession.
He said this on Thursday while inaugurating a Special Task Force for the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, to work towards the accreditation of all medical programmes in the institution.
“We are committed to ending brain drain in the medical profession and keep up with policies that will back it up.”
He further said that his administration had been laying a legacy that would encourage doctors, who have left the country to return and practise in Nigeria in the foreseeable future.
According to him, the duty of the task force members is to ensure that all conditions set to enable the accreditation of the medical programmes, as stipulated by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), are met.
The governor, who expressed confidence in the ability of the task force members also implored them to carry out the assignment with excellence.
“We are assured that you will deliver this assignment in the shortest possible time.
“I will ask that you perform this assignment with the same degree of excellence and devotion that you have come to be known for and diligently deliver on the mandate we are giving to you,” he said.
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