Coronavirus: Kwankwaso Supports Kano With 60-bed Hospital For Isolation Centre

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Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, former governor of Kano state, has donated Amana Hospital to the Kano State Government to be used as isolation centre in the fight against coronavirus.


This was disclosed in a statement released by Saifullahi Hassan, the Media Aide to senator Rabiu Kwankwaso.


He stated that the contribution was to aid the “Management Committee overcome this epidemic.”


“AMANA HOSPITAL is newly built, fully equipped with 60-beds capacity, completed last month and it has not yet been commissioned. It is located at Miller Road, Bompai, Kano State,” he added.


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