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Workers’ Day: Fabamwo eulogizes LASUTH workforce

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Professor Adetokunbo O. Fabamwo, Chief Medical Director of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Saturday eulogized all the workforce of the state-owned tertiary institution on the occasion of the 2021 Workers’ Day celebration.

Prof. Fabamwo, in a statement made available to NEWSVERGE, said, “Indeed, ours is a special call to save lives. This, I daresay we had been doing commendably in our hospital. We do get more praises from all strata of the society for the great work that is being done within the hospital.

“Nevertheless, we look forward to a time when we would not get any backlash for all the great effort put into this noble humanitarian service that we offer to Lagos.

“I would want to applaud everyone for working optimally under daunting circumstances, yet forging ahead in making the institution a citadel of medical excellence. The Board, Management, and State Government will continue to work towards rewarding and appreciating everyone’s effort.”

The Chief Medical Director, however, urged his colleagues to remain resolute in dispensing their duty and service to the citizenry. “We thank the State Government led by Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, for the great support to our institution.”

Similarly, Professor Adetokunbo O. Fabamwo, appreciated the effort of the Governing Board of the institution for mapping out and driving reforms and growth.

“LASUTH aims to become a world-class teaching hospital, using cutting-edge technology and highly developed human resources to render excellent medical care/services to the good people of Lagos State and beyond thereby reducing medical tourism.” He affirmed.

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