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Mainstream Energy Donates 500million Medical Equipment for Fight Against Covid 19.

From Dan Amasingha, Minna.

 As the fight against Covid 19 intensifies,  Mainstream Energy Solution has donated medical equipments worth 500 million to support the fight against Covid19 in Abuja, Niger, Kogi and Nasarawa.


Mr. Gbenga Adebogbola, head corporate  communications of the company disclosed this to DAILY ASSET on the  sideline before the presentation of the  medical supply to Niger state government at the central medical stores Minna.
 


He said the company, which owns the Shiroro, kainji and Jebba Hydro power plants and the Abuja Electricity  Distribution  Company said their gesture was part of their corporate social responsibility to the people of the  four states.
According to the mainstream head of cooperate communications,  the company decided to partner the three states and Abuja, on the fight  against the rampaging  coronavirus.


He explained that, each of  the benefiting states of kogi, Niger, Nasarawa and Abuja would receive one thousands of face masks, 500 standard hospital beds and one ventilator each except,  Gwagwalada Teaching hospital that will  get two ventilators. 
The  company image maker also disclosed that, some pieces of ICU monitors; hand sanitisers and  surgical gloves and other needed supplies were part of the supplies. 
Receiving the  equipment on behalf of the state government,  wife of the  Governor, Dr. Mauna Sani Bello who is also a medical doctor commended the donors for their  magnanimity in assisting the state government in the fight against Covid -19.
Dr. Mauna Bello said the equipment will go a long way in equipping the  12  isolation  centres  identified by the state government. 


She further disclosed that, even the state government has equipped the  isolation centre at the Minna  General Hospital, while the Minna social rehabilitation centre  had been  converted to an additional  isolation centre should the need arose. 

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