As a means of improving access to affordable and quality medicines for the Nigerian citizens, Airtel Nigeria and mPharma recently struck a deal to eliminate major barriers to good patients’ outcomes and quality healthcare delivery in the country.
The partnership, launched on World Health Day 2020, was designed to offer millions of Airtel subscribers across Nigeria access to ‘mutti’ for free, to enable them enjoy access to quality medicines and healthcare services, with a focus on affordability, accessibility and availability.
Speaking on the collaboration, Managing Director & CEO of Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, said ‘mutti’ is a loyalty rewards programme, which will enhance subscribers to receive a notification message and would be able to sign up to join ‘mutti’ and start enjoying all the exciting benefits.
According to Gregory Rockson, co-founder and CEO of mPharma, “there is no better time than now for all stakeholders to come together to fight for affordable cost of medicines and increasing access to quality medicines for all. In these uncertain times, we restate our commitment to our clients whose ability to access quality and affordable medicines will remain our priority”.
Speaking further on the programme, Mr Rockson said mutti subscribers would have access to quality medicines at affordable prices, discounts on all purchases, flexible payment plans, free health checks/consultations and a flat N500 delivery fee in Lagos, Portharcourt, Abuja and Warri.
He remarked that with the introduction of this programme, poor access to affordable medicines and healthcare, which hitherto has been a major barrier to economic growth of many countries in Africa, will be nearing elimination in Nigeria.
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