Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will aim during his first two years in office to provide health insurance to at least 87 million Nigerians.
Oyakhilome Bello, national youth leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the United States, revealed this on Monday in Abuja.
According to Bello, Tinubu will ensure that 40% of Nigerians benefit by implementing a mandatory national health insurance scheme.
He noted that the President-elect plans to achieve the expansion goal by increasing funding for the Basic Health Care Delivery Fund and the Vulnerable Group Fund created by President Muhammadu Buhari. recently established.
The program is aimed at ensuring the health of vulnerable Nigerians, he added. The youth leader added that the former Lagos state governor is planning to decentralize the social health insurance scheme to include all Nigerians in a central national program run by the Health Insurance Authority. operating country.
However, Bello advised Nigerians in a medical outreach sponsored by Ade Omole, Migration Director of the disbanded APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), to have their health checked. their lives regularly to live healthier and longer.
The sponsored movement must also support a political pressure group, the Patriots Defending Democracy.
However, the head of the APC stressed that monitoring vital signs is crucial to living a long and healthy life, as it “gives us insight into our general health and signals early signs of infection as well as preventing misdiagnosis.
As reported by the Nigerian News Agency, since March 26, the group has held a daily meeting place before the inauguration at the Abuja Unity fountain for Tinubu.
The group’s host, Tosin Adeyanju, said the site stands in solidarity with the mission the Nigerians gave Tinubu on February 25. According to him, the venue is intended to redirect ongoing stories about the presidential election and the principal’s arrival as president-elect, which will continue until May 29, when Mr. Sworn.