The PDP urged the ailing Ondo governor to “have a sense of history” and hand over power to his deputy.
Some of the steepest price changes were observed in essential analgesics like paracetamol and novalgin.
“We had demanded short, medium and long-term solution categories to these problems.’’
Mr Adam revealed the dire consequences of climate change on albinos while lamenting the recent loss of three people with albinism in the state.
The prices of many prescribed and over-the-counter medications have steadily increased, making these drugs unaffordable and unavailable.
Mr Magaji also said the issues of employment and replacement of workers in the health sector must be taken as an emergency.
The governor expressed confidence that the next released data would reflect positive changes in the state.
According to him, the state currently is supposed to have an estimated number of 32,000 people living with HIV/AIDS.
The test kits are being distributed to 590 health facilities to address the prolonged challenges of being out of stock.
The NAFDAC coordinator urged packaged water manufacturers and bakers to maintain good manufacturing practices.