Kaduna Hospital Offers Surgeries to Celebrate President Buhari’s Return
Sultan Hospital, a privately owned medical facility in Kaduna has announced plans to carry out free surgeries this week in celebration of the return of President Muhammadu Buhari to the country after a prolonged medical vacation, on Saturday.
The surgeries to be carried out include those for the treatment of hernia and removal of lipoma tumours, ganglion cysts and breast lumps.
Tasiu Ibrahim, a Facebook user who shared the information also signed the statement for the management of the hospital.
Ibrahim’s statement read: “As a way of expressing our gratitude to Almighty Allah,for returning safely, our President,Muhammadu Buhari(GCFR), to continue the stewardship of our dear country Nigeria; we at Sultan Hospital hereby declare a week of free surgeries for indigent Nigerians. We pray to Almighty Allah to grant Mr President more strength and wisdom to steer the affairs of this Nation. All concerned patients are welcomed!”
The week-long offer of free surgeries perhaps trumps other displays of excitement seen thus far since the president returned to the country notwithstanding the criticisms that have trailed such celebrations.
A large crowd lined the roads of Abuja to welcome the president as his convoy drove from the airport to the presidential villa on Saturday while some motorcycle riders displayed various stunts.
The president’s return continues to be celebrated by his ardent followers and we wait to see who will try to beat Dr Ibrahim and his hospital’s gesture.
The offer of free surgeries may however raise concerns in some quarters, as to the quality of service to be offered and proper management of the patients should they outnumber the regular capacity of the hospital.
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