Taraba govt to donate dialysis machine, staff quarters for FMC Jalingo ― Governor Ishaku

Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba State has pledged to provide dialysis machine as well as houses to be used as staff quarters for the Federal Medical Center (FMC) Jalingo.

The governor made the pledge on Thursday when he received Board members of the hospital on a thank you visit at the Government House.

Ishaku expressed satisfaction with the services being rendered by the FMC Jalingo and urged them to maintain the tempo, thanking them for identifying with him.

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Earlier, Board Chairman of FMC Jalingo, Okwueze, said they were in the Governor’s Office to appreciate him for the numerous ways his administration has supported the hospital.

He expressed appreciation for the outstanding leadership qualities of the governor which had resulted in the tremendous development strides in the state.

Those were present include the Deputy Governor, Haruna Manu; Secretary to State Government (SSG), Anthony Jellason and Chief of Staff, Istiphanus Haruna Gbana among others.

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