COVID-19: BUA foundation donate 3 ambulances to Katsina State
Governor Aminu Bello Masari says there are 720 bed capacities in isolation centres in the state.
Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari was speaking during the presentation of three ambulances donated by BUA foundation for the Covid-19 response in the state held at government house, katsina.
The Governor expressed optimism that the ambulances would help greatly in the fight against the pandemic.
He however reminded BUA group of companies that as a close neighbor, katsina needed more donation of bed and beddings in the new isolation centres to be provided in the nooks and crannies of the state.
The Governor explained that when Kano catches cold, definitely katsina will have to sneeze, stressing that katsina and Kano shared everything the same.
He however expressed gratitude to BUA for the gesture, adding that he looks forward to more fraternities and Goodwill for mutual benefit of the people from Kano and katsina.
Earlier, the representative of the Managing Director of the BUA group of companies who is the General Manager of Kano office of BUA Rice, Alhaji Abdullahi Aminu Malumfashi said that the three ambulances donated were meant to help in the rapid response against Covid-19 in the state.
He said similar donations were made to kano, Jigawa and now katsina states.
Katsina state Deputy Governor Quantity Surveyor Mannir Yakubu, the secretary to government of katsina state Dr Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa and some members of the state executive council witnessed presentation of the donation.
Hassan Muhammad Tukur
Katsina Gazette/ Fitilar Katsina
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