TMPN demands passage of Traditional Medicine Bill


Members of the Traditional Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (TMPN) has called for the rapid passage of Traditional Medicine Bill by the ninth National Assembly in order to aids its members operate maximally.

According to TMPN in their demand, the sub-sector has a dual power to change the health sector’s entire narrative and ensure good living for Nigerians, as well as generate appreciative numbers of jobs for teeming unemployed youth.

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The group in a press statement jointly signed by Prince Sakariyat Oyedeji Mabro from South West, Dr Aminu Wada, from the North West and Dr Suleiman Ekpeji from the North Central, among others, also congratulated the new Minister of Health, Mr Osagie Ehanire.

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It implored the Ministry of Health to strive and consider the distinct proposal submitted by the group to the ministry for the purpose of having legal framework for it’s operation.

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“As we celebrate the growth and development of traditional medicine in Africa, we heartily felicitate with the new minister in the Ministry of Health and charge him to do more towards advancing the cause of traditional medicine in Nigeria to guarantee healthy living as well as generating huge employment for our youths.

“It is indeed obvious, that with the increasing rate of demand for traditional medicine around the world, our products are also a reliable source of foreign earnings to boost the macro economy of Nigeria.

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“There is need for concerted efforts by all stakeholders towards making traditional medice sub-sector a virile one that is capable of contributing immensely to the National economy.

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“We strongly believe that the Traditional Medicine Bill remains an integral panacea to all challenges facing the sub-sector, the earlier the National Assembly passes the bill, the better for all of us”, the statement read.


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