Federal Government has commissioned an Intensive Care Unit worth N1OO million at the Dala Orthopaedic Hospital in Kano State.
This was contained in a press release signed by Boade Akinola, director, Media and Public Relations, of the Ministry of Health and sent to Nigerian Pilot yesterday.
Minister of State for Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire represented President Muhammadu Buhari at the occasion.
The president also commended Amasco, Minjirya Health Services and Pedmic Nigeria for their cash donations and equipment to the spinal centre in the hospital, adding that government was committed to improving the health of Nigerians while urging healthcare professionals to set for themselves target of ensuring that Nigerian healthcare system grows to become one of the best in the world.
He also thanked the donor, Alhaji Dantata, for his contributions in the health sector.
Dantata, who reiterated his continued support to health projects in the state and other parts of the country, said that he always felt elated whenever he contributed to the development of humanity, adding that such contributions had direct reward from God.
He enjoined government to provide drugs and other equipment to hospitals across the country.
Medical director of the hospital, Dr. Muhammed Musa commended Dantata’s donation and noted that healthcare services in the facility were for all the people.

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