By Abdullahi Gambo
The National Association Of Community Health Practitioners of Nigeria,
Borno State chapter conducts Local Delegate Conference (LDC) of Damboa local government unit of Borno State.
In a statement by the Borno State Chairman of the Association of Community Health Practitioners of Nigeria, Comrade Muhammad B, Aji noted that the Conference was observed in accordance with the regulations governing the Association as well as in peaceful and orderly manner.
The event took place at the Family Support Clinic Damboa local government area, presided by the State Chairman Comrade Muhammad B. Aji.
The theme of the conference is “promoting health care service delivery through holistic history taking and clinical evaluation”.
Members were charged to adopt client centered approach, promote high ethical discipline by prioritizing confidentiality, accountability and strict adherence to management guidelines while discharging their roles and responsibilities as Primary Health Care service providers.
The Following members were duly elected and inaugurated to steer the activities of the unit. Comrade Mohammed Bulama Chairman,
Comrade Umaru Kachallah Vice Chairman
Comrade Bukar Kolo Secretary
Comrade Sanda Ali Kyari Asst. Secretary
Comrade Gambo Yawale Treasurer
Comrade Ardo Lawan Shettima Auditor
Comrade Aisha Alhaji Bulama Financial Secretary
Comrade Abba Alhaji Kyari Ex- Officio
Elders present at the event advised the new executives to be law abiding and embrace diplomatic principles throughout their reign of office.
The unit Chairman Comrade Mohammed Bulama thanked the state chairman for his visit to Damboa and graced the event.
He also expressed his gratitude to the members for reposing on them the confidence to lead the team and equally assured them of his zeal to carry all along in a spirit to advance Community Health and promote positive health outcome in and around Damboa LGA.
In his vote of thanks the secretary Comrade Bukar Kolo also advised Community Health Practitioners to ensure they are duly captured in the ongoing HR database harmonization exercise as this is the surest way to checkmate performance and counteract fraudulent practices.