The Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has donated 300 bottles of 200mls hand sanitizers to the Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital in Kaduna.
Presenting the sanitizers on Wednesday in Kaduna, the branch Chairman of the Association, Williams Anthony, said the sanitizers were part of their social responsibility, especially, in this pandemic period.
He said that the hospital needed it as part of its preventive measures against the deadly virus.
“On behalf of NANNM, we support the hospital in our own little way based on the encouragement of the Management and the Assistant Director Nursing Services (Chief Matron) .
“We are giving out 300 pieces of hand sanitizers to the hospital for precautionary and preventive measures in the hospital and to appreciate the Management and Kaduna State Government (KDSG) in the fight against corona virus.
In his response, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the hospital, Prof. Abdulkadir Musa-Tabari, appreciated the association for its timely response to the pandemic .
He said the donation would go a long way to assist the hospital as patients come in regularly for appointments.
” I am overwhelmed with your support which will serve as a precautionary measures against the deadly coronavirus.
” I pray you keep it up and I assure you we will use the sanitizers effectively.
Edited By: Franca Ofili/Peter Dada
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