MFM GO commissions medical centre, hands over to MTU
“I want it (medical centre) to be run excellently and professionally, that is why I handed it over to the Mountain Top University. In future, MTU may have a medical school,” Dr. Olukoya hinted, as he assured that the facility would be of international standard and run professionally.
He expressed appreciation to members of the Prayer City Tent Makers Group for taking the initiative, noting that the gesture will encourage others to contribute to the development of the Prayer City, as he also thanked the group for the kind gesture on behalf of his wife, who he said notified him of her willingness to be at the event.
The medical centre has a delivery room, children, private, male and female wards, theatres, S.C.U.B., kitchenette, VIP ward, prayer room, among other sundry spaces.
A foreign-based medical practitioner, who has commenced the installation of modern, world class equipment in the facility, including a diagnostic centre, said all the equipment is ready and the centre will be fully equipped with the best of its kind infrastructure immediately.
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