Cross River, Kogi Health Commissioners To Be Arraigned For Politicising COVID-19

In Breaking News, CrossRiverWatch TV, Politics

By Archibong Jeremiah

  • They need to be arraigned.

The Commissioner for Health in Cross River and Kogi States (Dr. Betta Edu and Dr. Saka Haruna) are to be arraigned before the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).

The arraignment is sequel to their allegedly politicising the COVID-19 status of their States.

Disclosing the position of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) about the controversies that had ensued, it’s National President, Prof. Innocent Ujah maintained that they need to advise their Governors aright.

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