As part of activities marking the 30th anniversary of the death of their father, the family of Lekan Salami through it’s
Foundation, Lekan Salami Foundation has donated mosquito treated nets worth over N70 million to three University Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria and Internally Displaced Persons Camps (IDPs) in Borno State.
Speaking at the presentation of 2000 pieces of the nets to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), the spokesperson for the family, Mr. Owolabi Salami, said that the foundation, as part of events leading up to the 30th year anniversary of the death of their progenitor decided to support some Teaching Hospitals across the country.
The benefiting hospitals, he said, include LUTH, University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan (UTH); Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ife.
Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Maiduguiri, Borno State.
Owolabi noted that their late father, in his life time, was associated with a lot of noble initiatives and projects in Nigeria particularly, football, politics, social development and some social causes.
Speaking, the Chief Medical Director of LUTH, Prof. Chris Bode, expressed gratitude to the foundation for the kind gesture.