The Ekiti State Commissioner of Police, CP Tunde Mobayo has commissioned the new Amenity Ward at the Police Hospital in the State.
In a press statement e-signed and released to the National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP by the Command’s Spokesperson, ASP Abutu Sunday stated that, “The Commissioner of Police, Ekiti State Command, CP TUNDE MOBAYO, today being 28/02/2022 commissioned the new Amenity Ward at the Police Hospital, Ado-Ekiti.”
According to Abutu, “In his remarks, the CP acknowledged the Officer in-Charge of the Hospital, CSP(DR) FAMEWO UKEH, her management Staff and the entire Hospital Staff for their progressive ideas, efforts and cooperation that have accelerated the Hospital into the glorious height where it is today.”
“The CP noted that since the arrival of CSP(DR) FAMEWO UKEH as the OC Medical, the Hospital has, on daily basis, experienced tremendous transformation that are obvious and placed it in a position where it can be called a “Standard Hospital”.
Delivering her speech, the Officer in-Charge of the Hospital, CSP(DR) FAMEWO UKEH, opined that she feels honoured by the presence of the CP and his management team while appreciating God for the opportunity given to her to make Ekiti State Police Medical a place of relevance with these latest achievements which are: A standard and cozy amenity ward A newly renovated main theatre and A 32 unit CCTV camera installed for the purpose of staff monitoring and security in particular.
CSP (DR) FAMEWO UKEH further acknowledged the support of the Commander MOPOL 33, ACP SAMUEL ERALE, MR OGUNJOBI JULIUS (her 2ic), DR OLOFINBIYI BABATUNDE (the Coordinating Consultant), Dr BABATUNDE ADENIYI (the Coordinating Medical Officer) and other staff.
She however, noted that her decision to name the new ward “CP TUNDE MOBAYO AMENITY WARD” was due to the numerous positive impact and support the CP has so far rendered to the Ekiti State Police Medical and her personally.
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