Abia Govt Committed To Solving The Challenges Of Amachara School Of Midwifery …Perm. Sec. Ministry Of Health

Abia state government committed to bringing solutions to the challenges of school of Midwifery Amachara

By Steve Unegbu
The Abia state government is committed to ensuring that the challenges face by the School of Midwifery Amachara is remedied .
The permanent Secretary Abia state ministry of Health Chief Eze Sunny Egbulefu ,who was represented by the Director of Nursing Abia state ministry of Health, Mrs Ngozi Azubuine ,said the State government is working hard to ensure that the school retain its accreditation.
She made the disclosure, during the inauguration ceremony of the School of Midwifery Amachara Alumni Association, held at the school of Midwifery Amachara, in Umuahia.
According to her , “this school has many challenges and the government is working towards solving them and that is why the Alumni members have also gathered to help the government to ensure that the school get proper accreditation” she said.
In her speech, the Principal School of Midwifery Amachara, Mrs Onyeukwu Nwakaego ,explained that the sole  purpose of the establishment of this association like all alumni associations is for the reunion of old colleagues to appreciate the grace of God over a period of time among yourselves and the maintenance of the well being of the parent institution.
According to her ,” I therefore foresee a future where the Alumni as individuals or the group will embark on projects which will further upgrade the resources of the institution to facilitate a 5 year accreditation status “
Earlier on ,the President of the Alumni Association, School of Midwifery Amachara,Princess, Lady Stella Ufomadu,said the seeds planted by this school has grown and become an oak tree with many branches all over the world ,said they were specially groomed and happened to produce the best Nurses that are widely accepted and employed all over the world.
She expressed joy over the inauguration of their Alumni Association, added that “this inaugural ceremony can not be complete without reflecting or refreshing our memories on our old school days experiences and relationship”
She pointed out that ,” we are Willing to discuss the way forward with the current principal Mrs Nwaka Onyeukwu in respect to projects that the association can key into “
She commended all their members both those in diaspora and those within the country for their contributions and support, saying their medical outreach and visitation to the Motherless babies home were part of the activities to mark their inauguration.

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