Prime Minister Appeals to Intern doctors on professionalism and love for their country
Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja has asked health workers to adhere to their ethical code of conduct while serving the public.
Nabbanja made the remarks on Wednesday while addressing intern doctors undergoing a two-week ideological orientation training at the national leadership institute-NALI Kyankwanzi.
Nabbanja says that whether the health workers are working either in the public sector or private adherence to professionalism is key to service delivery.
The prime minister says that it’s unethical for health workers to always think of strikes whenever they have issues to be sorted with government.
Nabbanja challenged the intern doctors to value the leadership training at Kyankwanzi because it will help them in their career development.
The premier appealed to health workers to be ambassadors of government to preach and unity for the development of the country.
Dr. Musa Lumumba, the president of the federation for medical interns and the course Coordinator at NALI says that the training has come at the right time to prepare them in their career.
Brig. Gen. Charles Kisembo the director NALI asked the prime minister to prioritize the improvement of Bukwiri-Kyankwanzi road. Kisembo underscored the importance of leadership training to all Ugandans.
The first batch of intern Medical workers is at NALI for leadership and ideological orientation training to serve the country.
President Yoweri Museveni is expected to address the medical interns at the end of the training.