MTN Foundation has donated medical equipment to facilitate the delivery of quality health care at the Nigerian Police Hospital, Ikoyi. The donation comprising of three patient vital sign monitors, two cardiotocography machines, two radiant warmers and one 1.5HP split unit air conditioner, is part of the Foundation’s outreach focused at providing medical support to the health sector in Nigeria.
Speaking on the donation, Acting Executive Secretary, MTN Foundation, Odunayo Sanya said, “We are stronger together, now more than ever. A dose of good every day is all we need to reassure one another that we can survive trying times. The Nigerian Police Force Hospital Ikoyi is in our community and we hope that through this support, they have been enabled to offer improved medical services to their clients.”
Receiving the donations on behalf of the Nigerian Police Hospital, ACP Abiodun Sobowale, thanked the Foundation for the gesture: “We are grateful to MTN for the donation. The organization has always been an enabler of the Nigerian Police. We appreciate this gesture and will ensure that these equipment are maximized for the patients that trust us with their health.”
The Foundation recently donated 70,000 pieces of essential personal protective equipment to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) as part of the various interventions under the Yello Hope Package of MTN Nigeria.