COVID-19: House of Reps Member donates ambulance, hand sanitizers to constituency in Adamawa

A member representing Madagali/Michika of Adamawa State at the lower chamber, Hon. Zakariya Dauda Nyampa donates ambulance and hand sanitizers to his constituency as part of his contribution to the fight against coronavirus pandemic

The two local governments he represents to get one ambulance each, and the hand sanitizers for the members of his constituency

The donations are for precautionary measures against the ravaging coronavirus pandemic.

This came after members of the House of Representatives forfeit their two months salary to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.

Ambulance donated by Nyampa amidst coronavirus pandemic

Making the presentation on Tuesday in Michika, Nyampa noted that the ambulance is necessary for emergency response and the hand sanitizers for constituents personal hygiene amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

He urges the members of his constituency to take necessary precautions by regularly washing of hands with soap and water or making use of hand sanitizer, also to maintain social distance to curtail the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ambulance donated by nyampa amidst coronavirus pandemic

He emphasized the need for government and Nigerians to focus more on preventive measures, rather than curative.

Hand sanitizer donated by Nyampa to curtail the spread of coronavirus pandemic

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MichikaTV earlier reported:

The General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye, as part of his contribution to curtailing the spread of coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, has on Sunday commissioned an isolation facility at the Redemption Camp.

This was disclosed by his wife, Foluke on Twitter.

She said, it’s the contribution of their own quota to support the Nigeria government in the battle to curtail the spread of coronavirus pandemic in the country.

“So as to contribute our own quota and not leave everything to the government, the glory of God we commissioned the RCCG Centre for Disease Control and Prevention at the Camp.

“It is my prayer that all patients that would use the facility will be cured in the name of Jesus.”

The number of confirmed cases by NCDC in Nigeria, as at Saturday, 4th April is 214.