NCDC accredits Accunalysis Diagnostic Center as 1st COVID-19 testing center in Anambra
Accunalysis Thanks Anambra State Government & Ndi Anambra
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has accredited Accunalysis Diagnostic Center as the first COVID-19 testing center in Anambra State.
NCDC broke the news on its Twitter handle on Sunday.
NCDC tweeted: “We are pleased to announce the inclusion of the 26th lab to the national #COVID19 Laboratory Network: Accunalysis Diagnostic Centre, Anambra”.
It said that other centers in progress include Katsina, Kwara and Gombe States.
See a chart showing 26 completed centers and 3 in progress below:
Responding, Accunalysis Center management announced with great joy that the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has officially accredited Accunalysis Diagnostic Center as the first COVID-19 testing center in Anambra.
In a statement made available to ElombahNews, it said:
“It was not an easy feat but to the glory of God, the storm is over.
“This is an indication of the fact that we are on the path of progress and closer to our main goal of jointly safeguarding the healthcare of our people which is paramount .
“We thank the DG of the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC); Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu who is a member of this forum for his support and goodwill in the course of this journey.
“We also salute the Conveners committee for their gallantry and relentless efforts in ensuring that this feat was achieved.
“We thank all the members of the Anambra Progressives, as well as the Accunalysis Anambra State Government for this historic feat.
“This is indeed a significant milestone that will be etched in the sands of time when history comes to be written.
“We want to specially congratulate Chief Callistus Ifenna Okeke who is owner of Accunalysis Diagnostic Center.
“With the activation of this testing center which is already yielding positive results, Anambra is now fully equipped to aggressively tackle the Covid-19 menace.”
Accunalysis thanked everyone who contributed to the monumental strides in “ensuring the sustenance and actualization of this noble course” including Senator (Dr.) Ifeanyi Ubah, Pharm. Sam Ubachukwu, Chief Frank Okafor, Chief Sir Tony Okonkwo, Sir Nnamdi Obi, et al.