By: Emmanuel Tortiv
The Rotary Club of Bwari, has donated a modern Ward to the General Hospital, Bwari-Abuja to serve as neonatal intensive care unit of the Hospital.
The structure was built and handed over to the management of the Bwari General Hospital to be used by mothers whose babies are on admission.
The Ward, which has since been put to use was commissioned by the Rotary District Governor, Ayo Oyedokun.
Accordingly, the Structure is expected to play a key role in the management of such babies whose mothers are expected to bond with at all times.
Speaking during the handing over ceremony of the building to the Medical Director, Mr. Oyedokun appealed to philanthropists across the country to assist the less privileged in the society in order to build a virile nation.
He said the donation of the Ward to Bwari General Hospital was part of the efforts by the Bwari Rotary Club to support the health care delivery services in the Federal Capital Territory.
Mr. Oyedokun further stated that the accommodation was meant for mothers whose babies are on admission in the neo natal intensive care.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the Hospital, the Medical Director of Bwari General Hospital, Dr. Abdullahi Anate, expressed deep appreciation to the club, saying it was gratifying.
Dr. Anate assured that the building will be utilised for the maximum benefit of the patients.
The Medical Director equally thanked the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) for its regular support to the Bwari General Hospital.
Abuja Digest reports that the commissioning ceremony was also attended by the Sarkin Bwari, HRH Alh. Awwal Musa Ijakoro II and the Etsu Bwari, HRH Ibrahim Yaro (JP).