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New Leadership Takes the Helm at National Blood Service Commission



In a significant development, Dr. Suberu Eneye Jimoh has officially assumed the role of Acting Director General at the National Blood Service Commission, succeeding Dr. Omale Joseph Amedu. This change marks a pivotal moment for the Commission’s commitment to maintaining a safe and accessible blood supply throughout the nation.

Dr. Suberu Eneye Jimoh brings a wealth of experience to his new role, having previously served as the Director of the Blood Service Commission. His proven dedication to the Commission’s mission and exceptional track record make him a fitting leader as the organization continues to enhance the blood donation landscape.

Under Dr. Jimoh’s stewardship, the National Blood Service Commission will uphold its commitment to maintaining the highest standards of quality, safety, and efficiency across the blood collection, testing, processing, and distribution processes. With his in-depth understanding of the Commission’s operations and forward-thinking approach, we can anticipate an era of innovation and excellence in the blood service sector.

We express our heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Omale Joseph Amedu for his commendable leadership during his tenure as Acting Director General. His contributions have played a crucial role in advancing the Commission’s objectives and reinforcing its indispensable role in sustaining a robust national blood supply.

As we embark on this new chapter under the guidance of Dr. Suberu Eneye Jimoh, our commitment to saving lives through the provision of safe and sufficient blood resources remains unwavering. The National Blood Service Commission stands determined in its mission to cultivate a culture of voluntary blood donation, establish partnerships, and safeguard the health and well-being of our fellow citizens.

The transition in leadership is poised to bring about a positive transformation within the National Blood Service Commission and the communities it serves.



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