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ABUTH discharges 6 Zaria bomb blast victims: CMD

15 July 2015, 07:50

Zaria - The Chief Medical Director (CMD) at the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) in Zaria, Professor Mohammed Lawal-Khalid, said on Tuesday that six out of the 32 Zaria bomb blast victims have been discharged.

Hesaid in Zaria, Kaduna state, that the discharge followed significant improvement in their condition of health.

Lawal-Khalid recalled that more than 32 victims who sustained varying degree of injuries in the recent explosion were admitted in ABUTH.

The CMD commended the hospital staff for their support and high sense of commitment toward rescuing the lives of the affected bomb blast victims in the hospital.

Also read: Bomb blast hits Zaria

He appealed to the workers to continue to promote selfless service to humanity for the good of the society and the country at large.

According to him, the hospital had received over N3 million as donation meant for medical bills, support and assistance to the affected victims responding to treatment at the hospital.

He promised to extend all the necessary support and courage to the entire staff of the hospital with a view to taking it to greater heights.

A female teenager last week Tuesday diffused an explosive device that killed over 25 Kaduna state workers during a biometric screening exercise at Sabongari local government council secretariat.


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