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Foundation donates N70m worth mosquito treated nets to 3 hospitals, IDPs

Foundation donates N70m worth mosquito treated nets to 3 hospitals, IDPs

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.
 

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