The World Bank has commenced the review of its activities in Nigeria. The leader of the team undertaking the review, Guillemette Jaffrin, said this when his team visited the Bureau of Public Enterprises in Abuja.
According to a statement by the Head of Public Communications, BPE, Mr. Alex Okoh. Although Jaffrin did not disclose the purpose of the review, he said the bank was concluding the review of its activities in Nigeria and, therefore, needed to visit the BPE for its inputs into the exercise.
Also speaking, the Director-General, BPE, Mr. Benjamin Dikki, said the privatisation agency and the Ministry of Health had commenced a joint preliminary review of the health sector legislation in order to reform the sector.
He informed the World Bank team that the reform of the health sector in the country would check quackery and high medical pilgrimage abroad by Nigerians, and also called for urgent reform of education in the country to ensure the enforcement of standards at the primary and secondary school levels.