By Aliyu Inuwa Mansir
The National Association of Resident Doctors National Orthopedic Hospital Dala Kano, has donated some essential materials to Nasarawa children home in the state.
The Association President, Dr. Buba Ibrahim Babangida said the donation is a habit of the association every year to give support to less privileged people as part of its corporate social responsibilities.
“Every year we do our annual general meeting to decide what to do in the year as our corporate social responsibility, this year we decided to visit children orphanage home Nasarawa Kano in order give our support to the facility,’’ Dr. Babangida said.
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SOLACEBASE reports that the donated items include blankets, noddles, sanitary pads, toothpaste, pampers, pomade, detergent, soaps, oil and rice among others.
In a remark, the deputy in charge Nasarawa children home, Malam Magaji Muhammad Sunusi expressed gratitude to the organization for the good gesture.
He also urged people to emulate the culture of the association of giving helping hands to orphanage homes.
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