Cervical Cancer Screening Does Not Affect Womanhood – Bagudu’s Wife

 
Fri May 6th, 2022 - Kebbi
 

Wife of the Kebbi State Governor, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu, has assured Nigerian women that screening for cervical cancer does not take away their womanhood.

Mrs Bagudu spoke yesterday at the launch of Cervical Cancer Screening Pilot Project at the Primary Healthcare Centre, Birnin Yari in Jega local government area.

She said,” I will like to debunk the rumour that undergoing screening for cancer takes away womanhood.

“The programme is very dear to my heart because it has done so much under the leadership of His Excellency, my husband, Senator Abubakar Atiku Bagudu.

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“His support and the support of the team and all the critical stakeholders is highly appreciated.”

Dr. Bagudu said with the flag off, Kebbi state has been put on the global map of cervical cancer control programme.

“We need to key into more into the programme as cervical cancer is a disease that can be eliminated.

 
 

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source: Leadership