First lady accepts hospital job to help women

She is a qualified gynaecologist, and she wants to take up a job in the general hospital, so she can help women and contribute her own quota

 

Dr. Amina Abubakar Bello, is the daughter of former head of State Abdusalami Abubakar, and wife of the Niger State Governor-Abubakar Sani Bello.

She is a qualified gynaecologist, and she wants to take up a job in the general hospital, so she can help women and contribute her own quota.

Adding that the rate of infant and maternal mortality in Niger state dropped.

“500 last year, but recently it has dropped to 300 because of training and capacity building and the procurement of equipment for life saving. Last month, we had zero percent in infant and maternal mortality in this Hospital,” Dr. Amina Abubakar Bello said.

She said this while visiting the female wards at the General Hospital, Minna.

The first lady of Niger state said “My visit is to see how I can contribute to the society as a gynaecologist. That is what I do. I see pregnant women, I see women with gynaecology problems, I operate on women on caesarian section, that is what I intend to do as my own contribution. The hospital should expect better services. I would like to contribute my own quota, visit some of these women, spend time with them, helping with their surgeries and deliveries.”

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