The Chairman, Ojodu Local Council Development Area, LCDA, Mr David Olusegun Odunmbaku, has urged the contractor handling the Apata Primary Healthcare Centre rehabilitation to ensure the facility was done according to specification.

Odumbaku gave the charge on Friday when he toured the healthcare centre to inspect the level of work done so far.

Speaking with newsmen after the inspection, the LCDA boss promised to provide solar power, furniture and other equipment when the centre is completed.

“We have come to see the level of work here, by the time it’s completed, we’ll supply them solar power to make it running smoothly, we’ll restore the water system.

“This project is the last hope of the common man, people of Ojodu must have access to quality health facility,” he said.

Media Aide to the chairman, Jumu’ah Abiodun, in a release, said the rehabilitation is part of Odumbaku administration’s efforts to improve health care in Ojodu.

The Primary Healthcare Centre upon completion will start working 24/7 with midwives and doctors.

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