Let's be serious for once in this country. How many hospitals did GEJ your boss build? Point at one health facility built by GEJ. Obasanjo revamped our teaching hospitals with VAMED engineering, GEJ couldn't maintain them, allowed equipment rot away in containers..
Some equipment didn't leave the ports.
Even if we want to abuse this present administration this is the second time teaching hospitals will be undergoing revamp.

- 3 state of art Diagnostics and cancer centres in LUTH, Aminu Kano and Umuahia

- NCDC PCR laboratories
- PCR laboratories in several states for virology samples
- CBN intervention fund for healthcare
- CBN healthcare research grants
- Basic Healthcare provision fund disbursed to states to revamp PHCs each state got $1.5m.
- capital projects ongoing in major teaching hospitals
The healthcare industry isn't where it's meant to be but please you served under a president who cannot lay claim to any meaningful achievement.

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Is the way forward. Out of the 1.6m cars, about 300,000 are commercial cars.

Trains are expensive so quick wins are PPP managed mass transit buses. The state doesn't need to fund it, the potential is huge. The state needs to regulate, LAMATA is the regulator not NURTW.
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2. How do they spend on fuel and car maintenance monthly?

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12 years after leaving the teaching hospital, the prices haven't changed,fees have remained stagnant for 20 years
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Why should the FG incur personnel cost? 50 year old institutions that cannot pay their personnel costs..
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Olaolu pays its workers, buys diesel, pay taxes and maintains its facility so they have to price higher and the difference wasn't too significant. UITH doesn't pay salaries, salaries are paid by FG, diesel is bought from recurrent expenditure, the facility is maintained by FG.
Major expenses are borne by the FG so the cost of services rendered should be lower, since they don't suffer a huge opex yet they couldn't ensure their CT scan was functional.
It's govt property, nobody cares if the machine makes money or not. Nobody cares if the patients suffer
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What exactly is your mission?
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