New Year: Rivers First Lady Commends medical professionals for their selfless sacrifice to humanity

Wife of Rivers State Governor,  Justice Suzzette Nyesom-Wike has commended medical professionals  for always sacrificing  their time and lives to serve the people.
Speaking  at  the  University of Port Harcourt  Teaching  Hospital on New Year Day when she visited the New Year  baby,  Justice  Suzzette Nyesom-Wike  said that the  medical  professionals  deserve  support  from members  of  the  public,  rather than  being objects of attack  by criminals. 
She thanked God for the successful  delivery  of  the  New Year  babies in the hospital. 
She said: “My first day of this year started with a visit to the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital  (UPTH) where I met with the parents of the first child born in that hospital this year. They are Mr. Achus and Mrs. Boma Harrison and their baby girl, (also their first child) was born at 1.50am and weighed 3kgs. They are Rivers State indigenes from Abonnema in Akukutoru Local Government Area. 
“Both proud parents and the child are well and happy and recieved gifts on behalf of their babygirl. We were informed that a set of twin boys were born 15 minutes before midnight and their mother as well as every other new mother in the maternity ward were also visited.”
She commended the  medical  team of  the UPTH  for their professionalism,  praying that God will  strengthen  them in 2016 to serve the people  diligently. 

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“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”, Justice  Suzzette Nyesom-Wike  said .
The governor’s  wife  added that the welfare  of  children  will continue  to  receive  priority  attention  by the administration  of  Governor  Wike. 
Justice  Suzzette Nyesom-Wike was accompanied  to the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital  by the  Commissioners of Women Affairs (Mrs. Ukel Oyaghiri), Agricultre (Mrs. Onimim Jacks), wife of the Head of Service (Mrs. Matilda Godwyns), wife of the Chief of Staff (Mrs. Grace Woke) and other wives of top Goverment functionariries and we were received by the Chief Medical Director (CMD) Prof. Aaron Ojule, the Chief Matron and other nurses.


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