Imo workers to enjoy free medical care —Uzodinma

Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, has accepted free medical look after the state employees as a part of the Social Well being Insurance coverage Scheme for civil servants within the state.

Uzodimma who gave the approval for the free medical scheme throughout a city corridor assembly in Owerri with senior administration employees of the Imo Civil Service, mentioned the gesture was a part of efforts to :be certain that civil servants within the state remained wholesome, motivated and nicely positioned to hold out their duties.”

“Well being is wealth. We due to this fact stay dedicated to bettering the well being and by extension the productiveness of civil servants in our state’s workforce.

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”I’ve been instructed it might value N500 million to maintain this medical insurance however that however, I stay dedicated to it,” the governor mentioned, whereas urging the civil servants to reciprocate the type gesture by his administration by dedicating themselves to their duties.

Uzodima who directed the state’s Ministry of Well being to instantly start the method of getting all verified employees into the free medical scheme, mentioned that employees at each state and native authorities ranges, could be receiving medical care from authorities owned hospitals and designated non-public hospitals.

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