Immediate past Special Adviser on Health to the Kwara State Governor, Prof. Wale Suleiman, has revealed why he resigned his appointment barely a year after his joining the Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq cabinet.
The world renowned neurosurgeon physician made this disclosure via a press release, the signed virtual copy of which was made available to ROYAL NEWS, while appreciating the Governor for the opportunity, he promised his continued support for the Abdulrazaq led Kwara State government.
Suleimen who noted that he would be “more effective and productive out of government” has since being replaced by Prof. David Dunmade.
He said, “I have resigned my position as Special Adviser on Health Matters to Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State after serving for one year. We accomplished a great deal in that time, and set in motion a roadmap for better healthcare in Kwara state. I have developed policy documents and strategies for the government which will position Kwara State as one of the States in Nigeria with better healthcare if fully executed.
”My passion in life is to create opportunities where there are none, and to give hope to the underprivileged using my skills, expertise, and professional network. I had hoped that I could accomplish these same goals as a Public Servant, but came to the realization that I will be more effective and productive out of government.
“I remain committed to the efforts and aspirations of Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq’s administration to emancipate Kwarans. I will continue to support the much-needed change and transformation in Kwara state through philanthropic efforts, economic and social empowerment, as well as the promotion of investment opportunities and partnerships with Kwarans in Diaspora” he added.
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