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BELLO MAIGARI

Lottery trust fund distributes medical equipment to 7 communities

Mr Bello Maigari, Acting Executive Secretary, National Lottery Trust Fund (NLTF), said that the organisation had distributed medical equipment to seven communities in seven states across the country.

Kebbi govt purchases N300m worth Ultra Sound machines

To save lives of pregnant women and unborn babies, the Kebbi State Government has purchased Ultra Sound Machines worth over N300 million which are expected to be shared among the 14 General Hospitals in the state.

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