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Remi Tinubu donates $100,000 to boost healthcare for Nigerians living in Sierra Leone

Remi Tinubu, the First Lady of Nigeria has donated 100,000 dollars to bolster healthcare delivery for Nigerians residing in Sierra Leone.

According to a Sierra Leonean newspaper, Sierraloaded, she announced the donation of $100,000 toward the establishment of a state-of-the-art medical center in Sierra Leone to enhance of healthcare facilities.

The organization’s press statement said that this contribution aligns with Senator Tinubu’s commitment to providing a first-class medical center for Nigerians in Sierra Leone.

Abiodun Oyebola, President of Nigerians in Diaspora, Sierra Leone Chapter (NIDO, SL) was said to have played a crucial role in urging Tinubu’s support. He emphasized the need for a medical facility, citing the deteriorating condition of healthcare infrastructure in Sierra Leone.

The donation of $100,000 is expected to impact the realization of the NIDO MEDICAL CENTRE, addressing the urgent healthcare requirements of more than 40,000 Nigerians living in Sierra Leone, the release said.

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