PhotoNews: Orji Inspects Abia State Dialysis Centre Umuahia

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Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is one of the installing engineer
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is one of the installing engineer
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state inspecting some already installed equipments at the Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia. With him is the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state (right) with the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia after an inspection tour of the dialysis centre.
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state (right) with the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia after an inspection tour of the dialysis centre.
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state (right) with the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia after an inspection tour of the dialysis centre.
Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia state (right) with the Medical director, Dr. Augustus Mbanaso Abia state dialysis centre Umuahia after an inspection tour of the dialysis centre.
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1 COMMENT

  1. I see that some of those engineers standing beside the governor are Indian nationals, who really understand the Nigerian community very well. Ther governor should make sure that the installed dialysis equipments are not used, or fake ones.
    I continue to find it unimaginable that Nigerian doctors and engineers cannot make for themselves what is good , and fitting for themselves and their patients in their own country without them calling on “foreing experts”
    I thought those days of “foreign experts” are gone. It appears that they are still well and alive. What a shame
    Mike C. Okereke

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