Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State, has given an assurance that his government would continue to run an open door policy, transparency, accountability and acceptance of meaningful suggestions at all times.
He made this known, on Monday, when he received a delegation from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, who were on a courtesy visit to his office in Minna, the state capital.
Represented by his Deputy, Ahmed Mohammed Ketso, the governor said his decision to run an open-door administration was in keeping with his electoral campaign promise of running an all-inclusive government.
“This is a government of the people, that is why we are committed to engaging widely before decisions are taken. We are open to meaningful suggestions, especially in the health sector for the total well-being of our people,” Gov. Bello assured.
To this end, he said his administration would construct a fully functional Primary Health Care clinic in each of the 274 wards in the state and to also ensure that each of the 25 local government areas had a General Hospital.He stated that his administration places priority attention on the health sector and so the huge allocation in the 2016 budget.