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Emeka Offor Foundation donates equipment to Police hospital

By Hassan Zaggi

Emeka Offor Foundation has donated medical equipment worth millions of naira to the Nigeria Police Force.

The items donated will be used at the Muhammadu Buhari Police Hospital, Garki, Abuja.

The medical and clinical equipment included a 60KVA power-generating-set, 50 hospital bed set, mattresses, assorted medicines/medicaments and other accessories.

Speaking while presenting the items, to the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, in Abuja, on Friday, the Founder, Emeka Offor Foundation, Sir (Dr) Emeka Offor, said that the presentation was in recognition of the contributions of the men and officers of the Nigeria Police Force in nation building.

According to him, the donation was the Foundation’s modest way of appreciating the Force for the great job its personnel are doing as frontline workers in the security of our dear nation.

Responding, the IGP, Mohammad Adamu, applauded Sir (Dr) Emeka Offor for what he described as “the kind gesture towards the welfare and well-being of the personnel of the Force and humanity in general”.

He reiterated that gestures of this nature from well-meaning Nigerians will boost the morale of police personnel for better service delivery to the nation and its people.

Written by ExpressDay

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