By Doris Obinna




• L-R: Cole, Imuetinyan and Gray, at the donation of medical equipment to Maitama District Hospital, Abuja, by Sahara Group Foundation.



Sahara Group Foundation has donated medical equipment to the National Hospital, Garki; Federal Medical Centre, Jabi and Maitama District Hospital, Maitama, Abuja.

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The equipment encompasses a range of crucial medical devices, including dialysis machines, ventilators, automatic dialysis chairs, oxygen tanks, ICU medical beds, suction units, monitors, medical beds, ICU medical beds and drip stands.

Director of the foundation, Ejiro Gray, said: “The foundation’s mission is to continuously impact lives and communities positively, and the donation of these medical equipment is yet another expression of its transformative drive.” He encouraged the recipients to effectively manage the items.

Executive Director of Sahara Group, Mr. Alex Cole, emphasised the significance of community engagement and strategic partnerships between Sahara and institutions dedicated to improving lives.

He added: “Health is a fundamental human right and through this donation, Sahara Group is contributing to improved access to quality healthcare services for all.”

Chief Medical Director, National Hospital, Garki, Muhammad Raji Mahmud, said: “The donated items will significantly enhance our hospital’s capacity to deliver exceptional healthcare services, reinforcing our commitment to providing cutting-edge medical care for our patients.”

Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Jabi, said the “equipment will not only strengthen the hospital’s commitment to providing high-quality healthcare services to its community, but also significantly elevate our capacity to meet the healthcare needs of our patients.”

Medical Director, Maitama District Hospital, Dr. Igbinovia Imuetinyan, commended the Sahara Group Foundation for being an exemplary socially responsible organization.

He said: “The donated items will contribute significantly to our healthcare mission, making a lasting impact on the well-being of our patients.”