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Published On: Wed, Aug 1st, 2018

Improve access to neurological services, Aisha Buhari urges Neurosurgeons

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By Habiba Beatrice

Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has called on neurosurgeons to consider forging innovative partnerships with the aim of establishing state-of-the-art centers for the management of neurosurgical disorders.
This, she said, will improve access to highly specialized services for people in the country.
A state issued by Suleiman Haruna, her Director of Information said Aisha was speaking through the wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, during a Gala Dinner of the 3rd Congress of the Continental Association of African Neurosurgical Societies (CAANS) in Abuja recently.
It added that Mrs. Buhari expressed the hope that neurosurgical services and skills will continue to improve in Nigeria and the rest of Africa, for the benefit of patients, in this regard, she urged the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies to continue its support for African neurosurgeons.
“I am passionate about the health and wellbeing of our children and I know the crucial role that neurosurgeons play in addressing the needs of children born with abnormalities of the nervous system; thus helping them to better cope with the future.” She said, adding that “In order to reduce the pain of affected families, I recently sponsored the surgeries of eight little patients with hydrocephalus and spina bifida at the Aminu Kano Teaching hospital through the Future Assured Programme under the Aisha Buhari Foundation. Training was also conducted last month with the objective of enlightening teachers and caregivers across the country on the various new methods of assisting these special children and helping them optimize the opportunities placed before them.”

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