Bill to establish FMC Mubi by Sen Binani passes first reading

The Senator representing Adamawa Central at the National Assembly, Engr Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed Binani in another move sponsoring a bill that will see to the establishing of a Federal Medical Center (FMC) to be situated in Mubi.

The bill which passed its first reading at the floor of the senate chambers of Tuesday plenary is to meet the health needs of those far from the Teaching Hospital situated at Yola, the state capital.

According to Aishatu the idea behind the Mubi FMC is to bring the presence of the Federal Government much closer to those people who can not access qualitative health facilities, Mubi is a cosmopolitan city and densely populated that is far away from the reach of the teaching hospital.

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Binani in an interview with our correspondent emphasized that she is called to serve humanity and can go to any length to serve the people of Adamawa state.

“I sponsored a Bill on the Establishment of Federal Medical Center, Mubi, Adamawa state. As FMC, Yola is set to be upgraded to a Teaching Hospital, Mubi is a strategic location with the second-highest concentration of population after the state capital for a brand new Federal Hospital. The Bill has passed the first reading. I am counting on your usual support and prayers.” Binani said

You would recall that Senator Dahiru has sponsored the conversion of the Modibbo Adama University of Technology to a conventional university and sponsored another bill that upgraded FMC Yola to a teaching hospital.

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