Senator Nwaoboshi donates ambulance to General hospital

Senator Peter Nwaoboshi representing Delta North in the National Assembly has donated an ambulance to the Owa-Oyibu General Hospital in Ika North East Local Government Council of Delta State.

Nwaoboshi presented the ambulance  in his private residence in Asaba on Monday, April 25, 2016, where he affirmed that he saw the need to boost health services in the Ika North east, hence the provision of the ambulance. 

He promised to focus on extending th gesture to other local government areas in Delta North, even as he pledged to continue to give effective representation to the people of his constituent.

The Federal lawmaker, who said government alone cannot afford to provide affordable and accessible health services to the people, called on donor agencies, multinational companies, and well meaning individuals to contribute in giving world class medical care to the citizens.

He lauded the state governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, for his giant strides in health and other sectors and assured him of his support in building a new Delta where all round development would take center stage.

Senator Nwaoboshi said he will do his best in fulfilling all his electioneering promises to the people of Delta North and urged the people to redouble their support for the governor to enable him advance his SMART mantra aimed at bringing prosperity to all Deltans.

The Medical Director, General Hospital, Owa-Oyibu, Dr. Patrick Onyema, who received the keys of the ambulance on behalf of the management of the hospital, thanked Senator Nwaoboshi for the donation.

Ha said the ambulance, with state of the art medical facilities, will complement the medical tools on the ground and pledged to put it to maximum use.

The donation was witnessed by the state Commissioner of Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, among other dignitaries.

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One thought on “Senator Nwaoboshi donates ambulance to General hospital

  1. Nigeria should emulate the other African countries much poorer than her that provide free public health and medical care to the people. Not all “western” values and practices are anti-African. Health care is a human right.

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