Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has presented employment letters to a total of 920 health workers as part of efforts to improve and strengthen healthcare service delivery in Kano state.
The governor issued the letters to the new employees on Friday at Coronation Hall, Government House.
Speaking at the event, Mr Ganduje assured that his administration would ensure that all primary healthcare services are integrated.
“This will ensure quality control and effective management of the system,” he said according to a statement by Abba Anwar, his chief press secretary.
“The wisdom behind the One Roof arrangement is to have optimum utilisation of our staff, with all sense of belonging and seriousness. With this, we can be so sure of harmonious synergy and effective management of both staff and resources.
“We are always interested in having stronger institutions for our health care delivery system. At all levels, from primary to secondary and tertiary levels,” he added.
The governor also directed the state Commissioner for Health Dr Aminu Ibrahim Tsanyawa to conceive a process that would enable hardworking staff to be recognized and rewarded.