As part of the state government’s effort to actualize the holistic needs of Ndi-Anambra, Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr. C-Don Adinuba has said that the state government will continue to sustain partnership with non-state actors.
He disclosed this at an event, organized by the Trauma Care Global Voluntary Blood Donation Campaign of the Christ Embassy at Onitsha General Hospital to commemorate the World Blood Donor Day.
The present administration according to the Commissioner is working closely with the church as an important vehicle for a better society. To this end, he upheld the notion that the church remains a critical stakeholder and partner in the overall development of the state.
Speaking on the blood donation as a welcome development, he stated that the gesture was a demonstration of practical Christianity, corporate work of mercy, and love for humanity.
Furthermore, he noted that the state government has implemented a model and revolution in the health sector geared towards qualitative health care delivery of the citizenry with COVID-19 protective care centers, recognized as the best facility built in accordance with the WHO standard.
Archie Aseme, the zonal Pastor who also spoke during the event said the blood donation by every member of the outreach was in line with the passion of the ministry in saving lives and contributing its quota in activating the New Blood Bank.
On his part, Dr. Paul Igwe, a member of the campaign team who spoke on the vision and mission of the outreach for mankind, urged the people to be a change agent and imbibe a lifestyle through the donation of blood to rescue emergencies.