INEW donates Hand - Washing Machines to Central Hospital, Warri

The Iwere New Era Watch, INEW, a pan -Warri group, on Wednesday donated some

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INEW donates Hand - Washing Machines to Central Hospital, Warri
A Cross Section of some members of INEW & Officials of Central Hospital, Warri behind the hand - washing machines


The Iwere New Era Watch, INEW, a pan -Warri group, on Wednesday donated some locally fabricated wash stations to the Central Hospital Warri as part of the group’s effort to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the state.


The INEW delegation was received by a team of the hospital management comprising the Public Relations Officer, Mrs. Success Obere, Zonal Matron, Mrs. Helen Odigie and a senior director on behalf of the Chief Medical Director of the hospital.


Receiving the mechanized wash machines, the Zonal Matron thanked INEW for the gesture, assuring of proper maintenance and care for them.


“The CMD will be very pleased to learn of your kind gesture to us. There are a lot of places you could have taken them to but you chose to bring it to us. In fact, these will the first mechanized wash machines in central hospital. I believe it was God that used you to answer our cry to have this kind of facility to aid our response to the WHO and NCDC campaigns to avoid contacts in crowded places. Rest assured that we shall take good care of them.”


The PRO, Mrs. Success Obere, called on other well meaning groups to emulate the group. “If other groups emulate what you have done, the coronavirus pandemic will be defeated because the fight against the disease is a collective one. 


Earlier the Chief Watcher at INEW, Comr. Monoyo Edon, said the donation was the groups effort to complement the heroic efforts of frontline health workers who give everything to battle the virus.


He said his group is concerned with meaningful projects that directly affect the people of the lower rung of society and have lined up more projects that will continue to touch lives in Warri. 


This medium recalls that INEW, had earlier in March staged a very successful spelling bee competition for all public secondary schools in Warri where the winning school took home N100,000 while the 1st and 2nd runners up took home N50,000 and N30,000 respectively.



The handwashing machines



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Ossai Rita Ashinedu
Our Correspondent , Ossai Rita Ashinedu, has Ordinary National Diploma in Mass Communication from Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro. She can be reached on 07061927586
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