The 90th Amphibious Battalion of the Nigerian Army presents patients and staff at Koko General Hospital, Sapele Central Hospital and Testimonial Orphanage, North Wari Sapele and Sapele Local Government in Koko, Delta State Delta Region

Punch the subway The gesture is understood to be a continuation of the battalion’s ongoing 2022 “Still Waters II” exercise organized by the Nigerian Army.

Major Joe Aronbo, commander of the 90th Amphibious Battalion of the Kokoni Army, said in a speech on Wednesday at various locations visited by the military team that the exercise was part of the command’s civil-military cooperation activities.

He noted that the gesture was “to let the people know that they have not been forgotten,” adding that “the job of the military is not just to apprehend suspects, but to show love, care and identification with the people.”

While welcoming the servicemen, Koko General Hospital Chief Medical Director Dr Mukoro Samson praised the commander and his team for the “excellent work” they have done since he served as CO in Koko.

Likewise, patients at Sapele Central Hospital received food, toiletries and bottled water, among other items from visiting officers from the 90th Amphibious Battalion.

Mr Mene Henry, Director of Hospital Administration, who received the items on behalf of the Chief Medical Officer, Mrs Becky Uoi-Irheghe, Divisional Head Nurse, and Mrs Beauty Owonu, Head Nurse of the Hospital, each thanked the 90 Amphibious Battalion for the gesture, describing it as a welcome development .

Also at the Witness Orphanage in Sapele, the military team also donated food, toiletries and other materials, and the orphanage management received them with excitement and prayers for the growth of the Nigerian Army.



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