WHO official, Dr Braka Fiona, with Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and members of the Presidential Job Drive on COVID-19 in Lagos on April 7, 2020. Pictures: [email protected]
The World Well being Organisation (WHO) has donated three ambulances to the Lagos State authorities.
In a tweet on Tuesday, the United Nations well being company defined that this was to help the federal government’s effort in curbing the unfold of coronavirus (COVID-19) within the state.
It added that the donation of the ambulances would increase the struggle towards COVID-19 within the state, following the current successes recorded in Lagos.
Immediately, @UN_Nigeria donated three Ambulances to Lagos State Govt as a part of it help within the #COVID19 response. Ambulances had been introduced by the @WHONigeria OIC Dr. @BrakaFiona & obtained by @jidesanwoolu Gov. Lagos State within the presence of SGF/Chair of the Presidential Job Drive.. pic.twitter.com/Xr7pnGz71W
— WHO Nigeria (@WHONigeria) April 7, 2020
WHO’s Immunisation Workforce Lead in Nigeria, Dr Braka Fiona, introduced the automobiles to the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Tuesday.
Some members of the Presidential Job Drive on COVID-19 led by the Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha, witnessed the presentation of the ambulances.
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