NNPC/AMNI JOINT VENTURE DONATES AMBULANCE, PPE TO GENERAL HOSPITAL BADAGRY

NNPC/AMNI JOINT VENTURE DONATES AMBULANCE, PPE TO GENERAL HOSPITAL BADAGRY

(L-R) Mrs. Bunmi Lawson, Deputy Manager, External Affairs Department of National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), handing over the key of the donated ambulance to Mrs. Omolara Usman, Public Affairs Officer (PAO), General Hospital, Badagry. With them is Mr. Aliyu Ja’Ataru of the External Affairs Department, NAPIMS.The Management of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/Amni International Petroleum Development Company Limited (AMNI) Joint Venture has donated a brand-new Ambulance Bus and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the General Hospital, Badagry, in order to enhance service delivery.

The Public Affairs Officer of the hospital, Mrs. Omolara Usman, who received the donated items from Mrs. Bunmi Lawson, Deputy Manager of the National Petroleum lnvestment Management Services (NAPIMS), a subsidiary of NNPC, expressed gratitude on behalf of the Management of the General Hospital, Badagry, to NNPC for the kind gesture.

While promising that the hospital will put the items to good use, Mrs. Usman called on other well-meaning Nigerians and organisations to support the facility in its onerous efforts of providing sustainable healthcare services to Lagosians, particularly residents of the Badagry Community.

Earlier, Mrs. Lawson said the decision to donate items resulted from the constant promotion of the activities of the hospital by its Public Affairs Officer online.

Her words: “I met her on the social media page of General Hospital, Badagry, and was surprised to later discover that she is the pioneer Public Affairs Officer of the General Hospital, Badagry. I was really impressed about her efforts in promoting the image of the hospital positively online”.

“It was from the few questions I asked her, that I discovered the facility needs some vital equipment to enhance service delivery within Badagry and environ”, Mrs. Lawson added.Some of the donated items include One Ambulance Bus, 10,000 Facemasks, 110 Face Shields, 1900 COVID-19 Antibody Test Kits, 12 Hand Sanitisers, and 130 Disposable Medical Coveralls.

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