The 64th National Council on Health will be held in Ekiti State by the Ministry of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
This was said on Thursday at a press conference to honor the program by Dr. Oyebanji Filani, the Ekiti State Commissioner for Health and Human Services.
He states that the program will take place in the state capital from November 13–17, 2023, and that over 800 people from all over the country and the world will be participating.
In addition to discussing and addressing important issues, the program “Building the Resilience and Inclusive Health Care System for a Healthy Nigeria” reviews decisions and progress that have an impact on the country’s health care system’s future.
“Ekiti State stands to gain tremendously from hosting this national meeting as it will stimulate the economy through tourism, increase revenue for businesses, and engender meaningful cooperation and collaboration with participation,” claims Filani.
“With the use of hotels, parks, and tourist attractions, the program will significantly boost our economy by increasing brand recognition.”