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Kano Bomb Blast: Lack of Consumables Reportedly Hindering Treatment of Victims

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The Federal Government has promised to supply hospitals in Kano with blood, to save the lives of victims of the Friday Juma’at bomb blast in Kano.

Many victims of the attack are on admission at various hospitals in the state capital.

Alhaji Musa Ilallah, the North-West Coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) shortly after visiting Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital in Kano on Sunday.

Already, he said the Federal Ministry of Health had directed its blood bank from Katsina to supply blood to the hospitals immediately.

“We went round the hospitals to assess the condition of those who are receiving treatment and we understand that what they needed most are blood and consumables.

“I spoke with the Federal Ministry of Health and they (ministry) have assured me that they will mobilise blood bank in Katsina to supply blood to the hospitals,’’ he said.

The coordinator said the ministry had also promised to supply drugs and other needed consumables from Abuja.

Ilallah commended Kano State Government for providing all the needed materials for the treatment of the injured persons.

The Executive Secretary of the state Hospitals Management Board, Kabir Maso-Kano, said lack of consumables was hindering the treatment of the victims.

He, however, commended the residents for coming to hospitals to donate blood for the victims.

NAN reports that residents of the city have continued to troop to hospitals, to donate blood for the victims.

NEMA officials had paid similar visits to Sir Muhammadu Sanusi, Nasarawa and Aminu Kano hospitals.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in May 1976 to gather and distribute news on Nigeria and cover events of interest to Nigeria at the international level for the benefit of the Nigerian Media and the Public.

3 Comments

  1. lady B

    November 30, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    We can all help by donating clothes and food items by dropping them at raypower FM office or AIT office. GOD bless you.
    May the soul of the departed, RIP. May the wounded be healed in JESUS name, Amen.

  2. NNENNE

    November 30, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    …And the common man continues to suffer as the political game of chess unfolds!!

    My heart felt sympathy goes to all the victims.

  3. NagosBigBoi

    November 30, 2014 at 9:29 pm

    No functioning state run blood banks. No state drug stockpiles. Everything is federal government. Meanwhile, Kwakwanso wants to be president with no good legacy on the health care system of a state he was governor in. Lagos and Kano have about the same population (~10 million according to NPC) yet lagos state government budgeted 38 billion for health in 2014 compared to Kano’s 15 billion.

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