When Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade awarded multi-billion naira care referral specialist hospital project to general electric for sound healthcare standard, it reminds the people of the popular saying of former American President, Thomas Jefferson, that “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.”
Gov Ayade Awards Multi-Billion Ayade care Referral Specialist Hospital Projects To General Electric (GE).
In his quest to make everyone enjoy good governance which the characteristic of his regime, Cross River State governor, Ben Ayade signed a multi-billion contract with the General Electric (GE) that would ensure the completion of these projects.
This step was part of his efforts to ensure that the people in state benefits from world class, high standard of health care service delivery through building of three standard referral Specialist hospitals.
This giant step by Gov Ayade has been described as a welcome development by the people after Wednesday’s signing ceremony, which took place at the Conference room, Governor’s office, Calabar.
Key among the areas that have been pinpointed is the Obudu hospital which has been roofed with GE to do the finishing furnishing and equipping; Etung and Akpabuyo which are near completion.
The three specialist hospitals are expected to provide quality health care services to the people of Cross River State when completed.
They have been issued an eight-month deadline to complete the project, as the administration of Gov Ayade is obviously in a hurry to have its citizens enjoy that level of care which most medical specialist have described as second to none in Nigeria “Ayade’s great strifes shows commitment to revitalizing the health care sector.
Ayade said he was optimistic that the company will live up to its billing and justify why it got the contract, adding that “GE is a brand known worldwide. The GE and Cross River State specialist hospital will be a model of how a specialist hospital should be run when completed.”
The plan of Ayade is to ensure that General Electric (GE) saddled with the responsibility of completing and equipping the specialist hospital in Obudu Local Government Area of the state, do so within eight months.