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Let's Celebrate Our Nigerian Covid Heroes! by RentedReality(m): 9:22am On Apr 02, 2020
Let's have some good news for once

While the donations of multimillionaires is trending on social media, Gyang William and Nura Jibrin quietly walked into Jos University Teaching Hospital, JUTH and requested to fixed all their broken down ventilators at NO COST as part of their contribution to fight Covid-19.

The cost of one ventilator ranges between $30,000 to $50,000 (Between N12 million to N18 million) before you add tax, custom duty, freight, etc. That will make us appreciate their contribution.

Dr Daniel Meshak reported that they have so far fixed two that were considered scrap bringing the total number of ventilators in JUTH to 6. In many cases, persons infected by coronavirus require ventilator to survive and its a critical tool in the fight against this disease.

The two of them are proudly JOStified.

Their contribution is a proof that regardless of our tribes, religion or creed, we can join hands and collectively fight Covid-19.
Together we can truly defeat this Covid-19.

Thank you so very much William Gyang and Nura Jibrin and may our good God bless you.

Please tag a hero that has contributed one way or the other towards the fight against Covid-19 in Nigeria. Let their heroism not go unnoticed

#JOStified_Heroes

#include

Culled from Femi on LinkedIn

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