Edo 2024: Health Workers Will Have A Good Live Under Hon Philip Shaibu

The leading PDP governorship aspirant and the Deputy Governor of Edo State, Hon Philip Shaibu has emphasized the pivotal role health workers play in society and stressed the need for them to enjoy a good quality of life. Shaibu aptly stated, “Health is life itself, and those who ensure the sustenance of life deserve to live a good life too.”

Health Workers have become the frontline warriors, sacrificing their own health and comfort to tend to the sick. Therefore, it is imperative that we recognize and appreciate their tireless dedication and unwavering commitment.

Shaibu rightly emphasized that health workers must receive all the necessary support and incentives to live a good life. This not only includes fair remuneration but also access to proper healthcare facilities, housing, and education for their families.


A healthy and content workforce will undoubtedly enhance their efficiency, leading to improved healthcare delivery.

Furthermore, Shaibu said quality healthcare should be accessible to all citizens, regardless of their socio-economic background. This includes ensuring that clinics and hospitals are adequately equipped with necessary resources and trained personnel.

It is essential to highlight the significance of holistic well-being for health workers. They face tremendous physical and emotional strain, often working long hours and navigating stressful situations. Providing mental health support services, counseling, and regular breaks will aid in maintaining their overall well-being.

In conclusion, Philip Shaibu’s assertion that health workers deserve a good life aligns with our collective responsibility as a society. As we continue to navigate challenging times, it is crucial to acknowledge their invaluable contributions and prioritize their welfare. By doing so, we ensure not only a brighter future for health workers but also the well-being of our communities as a whole.

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