By CrossRiverWatch Admin
The Medical Women Association of Nigeria MWAN, Cross River state Chapter recently recognized and honored the state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Inyang Asibong and the Director General of Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr. Betta Edu as outstanding Achievers in the Health Sector in Cross River State.
The duo are being considered in many quarters as the best appointees in Ayade’s administration for obvious reasons.
Even the most vitriolic critics of the administration have not hesitated to decribe these two divas as shining lights of the administration because of their sheer determination and desire to improve health care delivery in the state, against all odds.
In the same vein, the MWAN have by the award affirmed that their contributions to their profession, the health sector and the state in general has been very outstanding.
While eulogizing the Health Commissioner, the associaiton commended her for leading a team that has come with fresh ideas, innovation and unsual energy to transform the health sector in the state. They commended her for her resilience and urged her not to relent in her desire to put things right.
The association also had very nice words for Dr. Betta Edu, “It is truism that even critics will in the depth of their hearts accept that this hard worker supper achiever is working tirelessly to fix the primary health system and put Cross River State on the front burner when it comes to health care delivery in Nigeria.
The wife of the Governor, Dr. Linda Ayade was also given an Excellent Achievers Award for her contributions to health care and her humanitarian services.
Others personalities who were recognized by the group include Dr. Otu who was the first President of MWAN, Dr. Mabel Ekot and many others.
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