Gombe Hands Over 5.4 Hectares Of Land To NNPC For Building Of 200-Bed Capacity Hospital

LAGOS DECEMBER 4TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Gombe State Government has handed over 5.4 hect­ares of land to the Nigeria National Petroleum Cor­poration (NNPC) for the construction of a 200-bed capacity hospital and diag­nostics centre along Gombe bypass road.

Presenting the signature plan and title documents of the land to the Group Managing Director of the NNPC, Mele Kyari, who was represented by the Group General Manager, Frontier Exploration Ser­vice, Engineer Abdullahi Bomai, Governor Inuwa Yahaya noted that the sym­biotic relationship between his administration and the NNPC is yielding positive results for the benefit of the citizenry.

He said the gesture, through the corporation’s corporate social respon­sibility programme will bring a remarkable change to the lives of the people of Gombe State.

The Governor explained that the decision to situ­ate the hospital along the Gombe bypass was due to non-presence of Govern­ment health facility along the route which houses a large number of people in­cluding IDPs who are more vulnerable to COVID-19 vi­rus and other illnesses.

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