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Peter Obi Praised For Standout Initiatives After Donating N10M To Hospital

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Towards ensuring the delivery of quality healthcare to the people, Labour Party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 general election, Peter Obi has presented a cheque of N10 million for the equipping of the newly constructed Dominic Healthcare Centre, Obinofia Ndiagu, Enugu State.

While presenting the cheque to Dominic Hospital’s management in Obinofia Ndiagu, Obi emphasized the vital role of primary healthcare in a nation’s progress, expressing his interest in supporting the hospital upon learning about the community’s lack of basic healthcare access.

He reiterated his satisfaction in contributing to national development by investing in crucial human development sectors and expressed gratitude to the Enugu Diocese for initiating the health center project and urged other voluntary organizations to follow suit.

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Reacting, the Auxiliary Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Most Rev. Ernest Obodo underscored Obi’s enduring dedication to national development through investments in crucial human development sectors, emphasizing the former Anambra governor’s consistent support to nationwide healthcare and education both in and out of office.

His words, “Two years ago, when we informed Mr. Peter Obi about our plan to construct a primary healthcare center in Obinofia Ndiagu Community, he promptly provided the financial support to initiate the project. Now that we’ve completed the hospital building, he has graciously decided to visit and aid us in furnishing the hospital. We are truly grateful to him.

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“Peter Obi comprehends the crucial significance of this primary healthcare Centre for the community, where access to healthcare was previously unavailable. He has generously provided us with a N10 million cheque to assist in equipping the hospital to ensure quality healthcare delivery to the people. May God continually bless him,” the Bishop added.

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