“The efforts of the state government, in curbing COVID-19 and its management strategy, are worthy of emulation by many other states.
“This donation was made possible through contributions from our members.
“We are worried about the increasing cases of COVID-19 in the state and we feel we can do something to flatten the curve.
“It is important that we all keep safe at this moment and complement the efforts of the state government in curbing the pandemic.’’
He hinted that the MSSN has started a Social Responsibility Project tagged ‘COVID-19 Incident Volunteers’.
“It has become glaring that the ravaging coronavirus pandemic requires conscious synergy at this sensitive period.
“The current efforts of the government must be complemented without delay.
“Our Incident Volunteers have started continuous enlightenment, facilitation of grassroots support in terms of information and other appropriate volunteering services as complementary to the government strides.
“We have positioned standby volunteers across the state to facilitate this important task.
“The volunteers are also to coordinate welfare services deemed necessary by the initiative as at when due,’’ Ashafa said.
Prof. Akin Abayomi, the state commissioner for health appreciated the students for the donation.
The commissioner, represented by the ministry’s Director of Administration and Human Resources, Mrs Abidakun Olubosola, advised students to always keep safe.
He appreciated the MSSN, Lagos State Area Unit for supporting the government with the “fantastic contactless” handwashing machine/stand.
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