Leadership of the Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria (MHWUN), Ekiti State Council has identified with what was described as mark of excellence and evidence of value restoration so far shown by the Chief Medical Director of Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti (FETHI), Prof. Adekunle Ajayi.

The State Executives, who were led to the CMD’s office on Wednesday by the FETHI MHWUN Unit Chairman, Com. Adedeji Adewale Dagold expressed their satisfaction in the level of peaceful coexistence among the staff since the inception of the new administration, noting that the hospital community has indeed migrated from rancorous old order.

MHWUN State Chairman, Com Femi Ajoloko in his briefing, appreciated the Chief Medical Director for proving to be a father to all in running the affairs of the hospital by showing no preferential treatment to any association or union.

He said, “We are here to identify with the development that is ongoing in this hospital under your leadership as a seasoned administrator with high moral integrity, lofty ideals and unselfish devotion to democratic principles. We are bold to say that this is unprecedented.”

“It is also germane to discuss issues that concern the welfare and wellbeing of our union members and that’s why we are here.”

In his reaction, Prof Ajayi, who wore his usual refulgent look, reciprocated the pleasantries and appreciated members of the State Council for acknowledging the little that the institution can offer to change the system and improve quality and affordable healthcare services delivery in the state and its environs.

He lauded the support his led administration had enjoyed from the union, saying if MHWUN had not accepted the part of turning which he said requires making sacrifices, the administration wouldn’t have recorded the success stories in the public domain.

“We look forward to seeing quality and advance the nature of creative ideas of Human Resources Management in the hospital environment and transition in changing the narrative of the key access of success in union leadership in terms of welfarism,” the CMD submitted.

Acknowledging the Unit Chairman as a man of peace, the CMD maintained that his administration has been committed to fair play, equity and justice, reiterating that the hospital shall continue to be committed to the wellbeing of her members. He thanked the state administrative council for making available necessary mechanisms for FETHI chapter in ensuring peace within the hospital.