The Special Adviser to the Imo Governor on Diaspora Affairs Cllr Celia Osakwe-Hibbert received Dr. Kingsley the Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Africa Chapter (NIDO AFRICA).
Doctor Kingsley is well known for his Medical Philanthropism and has under his belt, chains of Specialist Diaspora Hospitals across Africa. He regularly organises ‘ Specialised ‘ Medical outreach mainly in rural communities where often the populace find it difficult to access medical supplies.
The Special Adviser to the Governor on Diaspora in her usual proactive approach reached out to this individual to discuss both Rural Medical Outreach and Possibility of situating a Diaspora Hospital all financed by Diaspora resources. The SA invited her colleague along, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Health Dr. Mrs Okereke who graciously attended and no doubt made a professional input to the discussions centred around Diaspora Support for Rural Health Care.
The good news is that the intense discussion and negotiations looked fruitful and more details will be made public following full ratification from the Executive Governor of Imo State, Dist.Sen. Hope Uzodinma.
Straight after that was another synergistic meeting at the Diaspora Office this time with several Government Officials; Special Adviser to the Governor on Revenue Mobilization and capacity Development, Hon. High Chief Canice Moore Nwachukwu, Special Adviser on Entertainment, Hon. Bobby Micheals, Special Adviser on Health Dr. Mrs Okereke.
The gathering was topped off with the presence of the Honourable Commissioner for Special Projects Hon. Simon Ebebgulem.
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK