Healthcare: Nigerians in Diaspora Commission calls for collaboration

Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM) has called for collaboration between citizens at home and abroad on the Health sector and nation-building.

The Commission’s Chairman, Abike Dabiri-Erewa stated this when she received a Nigerian Radiologist based in the United Kingdom, Professor Reuben Olu Obaro in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

In a statement by the Head of Media and Publicity of the Commission, Gabriel Odu, the visit is on the heels of a planned donation and inauguration of medical equipment to some healthcare facilities in Ekiti state, South West, Nigeria.

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DIASPORA HEALTHCARE: “REBUILDING NIGERIA, A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT”- NIDCOM BOSS
Abuja, February 9, 2022.

Chairman/CEO, Nigrians in Diaspora Commission, (NIDCOM), Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa, says building a new Nigeria can be actualised through a mutual and…#Thread pic.

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Dabiri-Erewa commended Prof.

Obaro for his concern for home affairs and his innumerable contributions to the nation.

According to her, people like him are part and parcel of nation-building noting that his actions are worth emulating.

The Chairman of the Commission assured him that NiDCOM is ever ready to render its support to his future projects.

Prof.

Reuben Obaro believes that the gesture is a usual exercise on his part to give back to the community adding that Nigeria is blessed with many human, material and intellectual resources, to reckon with countries like Israel, India and China among others to lead the world’s black people.

Prof.

Obaro noted with joy how the dream of establishing a Diaspora Commission in Nigeria became a reality.

He lauded Dabiri-Erewa for her efforts in putting NiDCOM on the global map and the country in general, as trailblazers.

Prof.

Reuben O.

Obaro is a Nigerian Radiologist with the King George’s Hospital in the UK.

A resident of the UK for over 40 years, Prof.

Obaro and his wife have continued to support the healthcare system both at home and abroad.

 
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Healthcare: Nigerians in Diaspora Commission calls for collaboration

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