Ogidi-Gbegbaje said that the club had already identified the needs of Okwe General Hospital, Asaba, and would upgrade facilities in the hospital.
He said, “We have observed that the Okwe General Hospital is in a bad shape and that something has to be done to assist the state government to make it better. “There are various areas in the hospital such as the wards, operating theatre, and even doctors’ offices where I think we can assist to make a difference. [eap_ad_1] “As we know, government cannot do everything alone. So, Rotary, through its committed members, can give the hospital a face lift; this I promise we will do.”
He said that after Okwe, attention would be given to other health facilities around Asaba.
“Conscious effort is being made to ensure that we achieve what we have projected, within a period.
“We are doing this because we are mindful that government, given its numerous responsibilities, cannot do everything alone,” Ogidi-Gbegbaje said. (NAN)