Bill Gates reveals conversation with Tinubu

Co-Chair of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates has opened up on his conversation with president Bola Tinubu during his visit to Aso Villa.

The Microsoft owner while speaking at an event on Wednesday said, “Our foundation is excited to be here and ready to work with incredible local partners. We’ve done a lot on malaria eradication, polio eradication.

He, however, lamented that there are the most dramatic gaps in health and education.

Gates noted that in a few states across Nigeria, there are access to high-health care but for many other states women give birth at home, and if there are challenges, they don’t have access to life-saving care.

He said: “If you look across the country, mothers chances of surviving childbirth or chances of a child growing up healthy it varies. Nigeria has one of the biggest young populations in the world. AI will be used to design malaria drugs.”
Gates further explained how Prof.

Bosede Afolabi, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Lagos, is working on challenge of anemia in pregnant women, noting that the condition that has not gotten enough attention in the medical community”

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