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Kaduna hospitals get multimillion naira equipment donation

A group of bikers known as Jeje Riders Nigeria International (JRNI) has donated Heart Start Defibrillators to the Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital and the 44 Army…

A group of bikers known as Jeje Riders Nigeria International (JRNI) has donated Heart Start Defibrillators to the Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital and the 44 Army Reference Hospital in Kaduna.

The riders who drove in their motor bikes from across the country led by their Board of Trustees (BoT) Chairman and President, Tizhe Ibrahim Mathew said, they are committed to touching lives in positive ways.

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Speaking while making the presentation at both the Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital and 44 Army Reference Hospital, the president of the riders said, they are an “exclusive group of like-minded young Nigerian international bikers based in Abuja.”

“And the core of our objectives is charity, youth development and peace advocacy. It is in line with our creed that we have donated multimillion-naira hospital equipment to Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital and 44 Army Reference Hospital in Kaduna.

“We will also be partnering with NDLEA before the end of the year in the area of youth development and you know we have to channel the energy of the youths appropriately and ensure that they are supported and developed properly.”

Responding, the Acting Chief Medical Director of the 44 Army Reference Hospital, Colonel Ndidi Stephen Onuchukwu commended the bikers for adding value to the hospital’s capacity to health delivery services while assuring of judicious use of the equipment. 

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