The family of late Alhaji Prince Adewale Abdulwahed Gbadebo has donated five wheelchairs to the hospital in continued remembrance of the deceased. Before his demise, Late Prince Adewale was a successful businessman and a charitable individual with immense involvement in indigent funding.
Dr. Ibrahim Ojediran, a bosom friend and associate of the deceased who spoke on behalf of the wife of deceased, Dr. (Mrs) Shakira Olaide Gbadebo, a consultant in the restorative dentistry department of the hospital described Late Prince Gbadebo as a great man with a kind heart. He also added that the deceased passed on in the East 1 ward of the hospital last year while undergoing medical treatment.
Receiving the items, the Chairman Medical Advisory Committee, Dr. Victor Akinmoladun noted that he is very glad that the family has continued to do this in memory of their beloved deceased, Dr. Akinmoladun expressed gratitude on behalf of the management and gave the assurance that the hospital will put the wheelchairs to best use.
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