The Kano State Authorities has famous the necessity for the federal government to help these dwelling with disabilities, particularly spinal twine accidents within the period of COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Umar Ganduje expressed the view at an occasion to mark the Worldwide Spinal Wire Harm in Kano State
Talking on the occasion organised by the Spinal Wire Harm Affiliation of Nigeria in collaboration with the State Emergency Administration Company (SEMA), Ganduje vowed to develop extra methods to enhance the lives of individuals with incapacity within the state.
He famous that the survival of individuals with incapacity, particularly victims of spinal twine damage within the period of COVID-19 has develop into very difficult and requires additional care and a focus.
“Survival of individuals with incapacity notably victims of spinal twine accidents is now tougher, particularly when their consumables at the moment are unaffordable as a result of socio-economic realities of the second,” the Governor stated.
Ganduje represented by his Deputy, Dr. Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna introduced that for his administration to dwell to its statutory duties, a brand new trendy MIR Machine had been supplied for the evaluation of spinal twine accidents at Muhammad Buhari Specialist Hospital.
He stated furnishings and equipment value over one million naira has been supplied to furnish and equip the secretariat.
“It’s hoped that this stuff will likely be correctly utilized to reinforce your operations and I wish to guarantee you that this administration will proceed to do extra to alleviate the struggling of your members by numerous palliative measures ” he said.
The Chairman Spinal Wire Accidents Affiliation of Nigeria, Kano Chapter Engineer Abdul Haruna disclosed that the Worldwide Spinal Wire Society had determined to look at Spinal Wire Harm Day marked on each September fifth to extend consciousness of spinal twine accidents amongst Nigerians.
Engineer Abdul additionally thanked the Ganduje administration for the help given to the affiliation and the disabled in Kano.