By: PAUL ONYEBUCHI AND EVARIST IGWE

The Sisters Fellowship International White Area Enugu State Chapter, donates hospital apparatus to the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku/Ozalla, Enugu state recently.


Presenting the items to UNTH Management at the Administrative quadrangle of the hospital, the Supervising Area President, Dr. Mrs Ngozi Nwekwo said the Sisters Fellowship International is a non -denominational fellowship of women that is built on two solid foundations, “LOVE AND APPRECIATION!!” Based on this understanding, August of every year presents to them a fresh opportunity for the women to embark on what they call “EXPLOITS”, that is, an extension of God’s hands by going into communities to impact their lives positively.


Dr. Mrs. Ngozi, speaking further, told UNTH News that it is a great privilege and opportunity for women to be received and given the opportunity to present these items to the hospital’s patients.
The apparatus presented to the hospital includes twelve (12) wheelchairs, seven (7) Oximeters, and Five (5) BP apparatus.


They further appreciate the Management for their resilience and paradigmatic move to presenting the hospital to its zenith.
Receiving the items on behalf of Management, Associate Professor Theresa Nwagha, the Deputy Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee (D-CMAC) in charge of laboratories and Radiology thanked and expressed satisfaction to the women for their donations to the hospital. She said this kind of gesture will go a long way to assist individual patients who cannot move from place to place on their own. She further reiterates and assures the women that the items will be judiciously utilized.


Other members of staff who also extended profound gratitude and best wishes to the women group include the Acting Director, Nursing Services Division/Head of Department Mrs. Ngozi Ugwoke, and Chief Public Relations Officer and Head of Unit, Public Relations, Mr. Cyril Keleze.
The President of the Association was also accompanied by Area Officers and Women Cabinet Officers during the visit.