By Yakubu Salisu, Kano
The Executive Secretary Private Health Institution Management Agency (PHIMA), Dr. Tijjani Usman Aliyu has tasked Alternative and Complimentary Medicine Practitioners Association of Nigeria, kano branch to align themselves with global best practices for effective, safe and efficient service delivery in the state.
The Secretary made the assertion today while receiving the association who paid him a courtesy visit in his office.
Usman expressed satisfaction over the association’s orderly manner urging them to key into the global best practice service delivery through the agency for improvement and accuracy of their products.
He said ” the present administration is highly committed to supervise and sanitize any products or medicine as well as private health institutions in the state to ensure they are genuinely registered with the agency and certified before they were allow to operate, in order to safeguard the lives of our people” he said.
Furthermore, Aliyu explained that, the present day government is no longer business as usual and would henceforth, not condone any act of insubordination or incompetency in health related issues because of its uniqueness and sensitive nature.
He enjoined all and sundry to observe the ethics of the profession for safe landing.
Earlier, in his remarks the Chairman Atrernative and Complimentary Medicine Practitioners Associations, Ma’am Adamu Bello says they were at the Secretary’s office to update him about the activities of the association and to seek for collaboration with the agency for effective dissemination.
He pledged to abide with all the rules and regulations given to him by the agency and ensure all the members are registered with the agency including Islamic medicines for better working relation.
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