Governor Ishaku Assures Emeka Offor Foundation And Future Assured Of Building Good Health System For Tarabans.
In collaboration with Her Excellency, Aisha Buhari’s Future Assured programmes, Sir Emeka Offor Foundation has donated hospital beds and medicals worth N142 million to the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Jalingo, Taraba State.
Making the donation as picked by Frontline news reporter, the Founder, Sir Emeka Offor said the donation was his little way of contributing to the well being of humanity and his efforts in improving quality health delivery in the state.
Offor was represented by Rtd. AIG Chris Ezike, he said the Foundation’s collaboration with the Future Assured of Aisha Buhari was committed to making life better for Nigerians.
According to him, the 100 hospital beds and accessories donated cost N52 million while the medicals cost N90 million.
He explained that the beds were constructed by the Kaduna Furniture and Company Limited which won the bid by the Foundation when it was not possible to source them abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are happy to be here again today having been here three months ago when we donated medical supplies to FMC Jalingo.
“In fact, the FMC Jalingo became the best in the country in showing appreciation for the medical supplies made on June 11, 2020, and that is why it got 100 hospital beds today in addition to the medication,” he said.
He urged the hospital to put the beds and medication to good use for the well being of the society even as he cautioned against diversion of the materials.
Frontline news also learnt in the remarks of the President’s wife, Aisha Buhari, represented by Alhaji Kabiru Dodo noted that she was happy to see that FMC Jalingo has been putting the donated materials to good use for greater service to humanity.
She commended the Sir Emeka Offor Foundation for a wonderful collaboration in service to humanity.
On his part, Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba state commended the Sir Emeka Offor Foundation and the first lady, Aisha Buhari for the continuous donation to help the people of the state.
Represented by his health commissioner Dr. Innocent Vakkai, Ishaku assured the donors that his administration would continue to build on their donations to make life better for the people of the State.