Motivate health workers to increase uptake of COVID-19 vaccines- CPI urges FG

Challenge Parenthood Initiative, CPI, has called on the Federal and State Governments, to motivate health workers to increase


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Motivate health workers to increase uptake of COVID-19 vaccines- CPI urges FG
Eunice Abimbola Agbogun, while reading her speech


Challenge Parenthood Initiative, CPI, has called on the Federal and State Governments, to motivate health workers to increase the uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in the country.

 

Our Kogi State Correspondent reports that the Executive Director of CPI, Eunice Abimbola Agbogun, made the call in Lokoja, Kogi State, today, Wednesday November 24, during an advocacy visit to the Kogi State Ministry of Health.

 

She said findings has it that many health workers are poorly motivated, which has slowed the success in the uptake of vaccines in the country.

 

The CPI Executive Director, suggested that if health workers receive better remuneration, they will be better motivated and be more responsive in discharging their duties.

 

She stated that the country has been suffering from gross inequality in accessing COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Agbogun, emphasized that the objective of the campaign was to enhance awareness in the uptake of COVID-19 vaccine and build stakeholders confidence in the fight against the pandemic.

 

The CPI Executive Director, noted that there was need for citizens to be sensitized on preventive measures, to curtail the virus from high risk states, since Kogi is a transit point to over nine states in Nigeria.

 

According to her, the campaign will help to address the myths and misconception, associated with the uptake of COVID-19 vaccines.

 

In his remarks, the Permanent Secretary, Kogi State Ministry of Health, Alonge Daniel Ayo, commended CPI for the initiative.



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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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