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The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH), Nnewi, Anambra State, Joseph Ugboaja has said that the institution has been successfully transformed and has gone digital.
He spoke at the end-of-year ceremony attended by staff and former NAUTH CMD, Robinson Ofiaeli. The event had as its chairman, Udigwe Gerald.
“NAUTH is no longer a place where someone will work and be gnashing teeth. We are in a country where there is no money but God has been faithful. You need to visit the permanent site to see what God has done through us.
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“We no longer use papers at NAUTH, we have gone digital. So many buildings have been completed and some yet to be completed. God uses people to do projects at the site.
“Forces of darkness combatted with the forces of light and because we are forces of light, we conquered the forces of darkness. What we are doing at NAUTH is to work and leave a legacy for the generations to come. Some had thought that the CMD and the board chairman will not work in peace. But look at us today, we are working in perfect peace and so shall it continue to be to the glory of God,” he said.
Gerald, who represented Chairman, Board of Trustees of the health institution, Ezikiel Afukoyo, said, despite economic downturn and other challenges sweeping across Nigeria, new things had been happening at NAUTH and submitted that he had seen great changes at the health institution.
He commended workers for their dedication to duty and good conduct. He urged them to continue to cooperate with the Ugboaja-led administration. He said he would continue to work with the CMD as he achieved a new NAUTH.