The World Health Organization (WHO) has provided 3,000 health workers in Kano State to work to curb the spread of polio in the state.
The chairman of the anti-corruption committee of the Federal Government, Boss Mustapha, made this known at a news conference on Friday in Abuja.
Boss Mustapha said the staff will be joining the community in the state to gather information on public issues.
He also said that since the inception of the Kano Testing Center in Kano, things have started to improve by identifying those who are infected
“The United Nations in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) is recruiting a team of 3,000 people from health centers to collect information in the community,” said Boss Mustapha.