The Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), has said the implementation of its Health Sector Reforms by the bureau curb medical tourism, end maternal Mortality and other challenges the nation is face with.

The Director General of BPE, Dr. Alex Okoh pledged the Bureau’s determination to the smooth conclusion of the Reform.

Okoh stated this while receiving an award of Excellence from the Rotary Club of Ibadan Onireke Neighborhood, for his immense contributions to the reform and privatisation programme of the Federal Government and diligent services to the nation.

He said the Bureau had been working on a comprehensive health sector reform programme for the last two years and that when completed it would bequeath a better and more efficient health sector in Nigeria that would curb maternal mortality, medical tourism and other challenges in the health sector.

Earlier while presenting the award, the Charter President of the Rotary Club, Abuja, Adedotun Amori said the club was pleased with the DG, BPE for his reform initiatives aimed at ensuring a better Nigeria for its citizens and humanity at large.

The President urged the staff and management of the BPE to continue with the reform programme as many sectors of the Nigerian economy have been resuscitated because of the reform initiatives of the BPE.