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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Catholic Church Donates Its 425 Health Facilities To FG As Isolation Centers

The Catholic Bishop Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) has offered all its 425 health facilities across the country as isolation centres for COVID-19.






The news was confirmed by Boss Mustapha,the secretary to the government of the federation(SGF)during the presidential task force briefing on Monday, May 11th.


Boss Mustapha stated that the recent donations would add as support for the state governments.

In his speech, he noted that,


“As part of efforts to support the states in the establishment of the isolation and treatment centres, I wish to remind our governors that the Catholic Bishops Conference has volunteered all the 425 hospitals and clinics nationwide for adaptation and use as isolation centres,” he said.

“Governors are encouraged to please approach Catholic Bishops in their states to access these facilities.

“​As a further cost-effective measure, I also wish to remind subnational authorities that the Nigeria Institute of Architects has pledged the pro bono services of their members to modify, design and supervise all COVID-19 related projects nationwide. Again, we urge that this offer be taken up speedily.”

The SGF also revealed that The THISDAY Dome treatment and isolation facility in Abuja would be inaugurated on Tuesday, adding a total of 270 beds to isolation capacity in Abuja.

The Cable

62 comments:

  1. That's how you assist the government not screaming for back to church because of offering money that you are missing.

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    1. I am proud to be a catholic

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    2. I am proud to be a catholic

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    3. I am proud to be a Catholic

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    4. Proudly Catholic ❤️πŸ’ƒ

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    5. To say the truth Catholic Church does a lot. Majority of the good schools back in our parents time were Catholic schools, even till date they still have some pretty good schools with reasonable fees that people can afford. Their hospitals are usually affordable also.
      This is what Christianity should be about.

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    6. Bed and Roses you are so right. My Mum went to St Monica's in her time, I went to St Louis during my time πŸ’ƒ hoping to continue the tradition with my own daughter.

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  2. Wow. Nice one, others should come and see.

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    1. The priest on our catholic youth group page called some of us last week asking how we were doing and if we needed anything. It was so heartwarming.
      I love being a catholic.

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  3. Commendable πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

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  4. That's actually thoughtful of them

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  5. Catholic k'am ga-ekpeeee🎢
    N'ime ya ka m ga anwu
    Maria by ezi nne🎢
    Ihe o Soto yes ha kwubeπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  6. πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―

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  7. Will Eesah see this.????
    The St Mathew's Catholic Clinic in my area is mainly attended by Muslims. You see them all over the place with Hijab as free as sir , without being segregated.

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    1. Eesah is not your problem! Stop attacking Eesah for the same thing you applauds Ceasar for.

      Eesah is up there applauding this good act of the Catholic church in Nigeria.

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    2. Do u mean St Matthew in Lagos? Amukoko precisely?

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    3. Aunty Eesah, please let me be. Always looking for whom to quarrel with

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    4. Anonymous10:03, I nor dey quarrel with you. Abeg, nor vexπŸ€—πŸ’–

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    5. But Ms.A is right.

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  8. Ye..😍😍😍😍

    My Catholic church oooo... Guys you all are welcome back ooo..

    😊😊😊

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  9. The Catholic Church is the only organisation that comes close to being a Real Church in Nigeria. Very commendable of them. Others are just yahoo. I always pity anyone that says they left the Catholic church for these yahoo homes.

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    1. You can say that again bro, I went to a Catholic school, st Teresa's college Nsukka, one of the best secondary school in Enugu state that year, near by is bishop shanahand hospital, equally one of the best hospitals in Nsukka all affordable for average Nigerians.
      God bless the Catholic church!!

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    2. Omg anon 09:59... I remember Father John Martin Chikani. Lol. When we used to go to the borehole located beside your hostel to fetch that hard water. I attended St. Catherine's by the way. Ohhh I'm having a nostalgic feeling remembering the good old days with father Ikpe.and Bishop Okobo

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    3. It doesn't come close to being a real church, It is a real Church. I wasn't born catholic but I can confidently make this submission without a doubt.

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    4. Ceasar,you are so right.

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    5. Woow Jessi, I can remember seeing you girls troop in your numbers to fetch water in our school then, we come dey "eye"una. Good old days

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  10. This is very nice πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½

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  11. Eskiss me, so people that want to be treated for other ailments, where will they go?

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    1. They will just give them a section to use na.

      I love my Catholic faith

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  12. Nice developmentπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  13. Christianity is the salt of the nation.

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  14. Oh. How l love the Catholic church

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  15. Nice one from the Catholic churchπŸ’ͺ🏽πŸ’ͺ🏽πŸ’ͺ🏽πŸ’ͺ🏽. I'm proud to be a Roman CatholicaπŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ˜πŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

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  16. And a pastor somewhere is asking for the reopening of churches.

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  17. That's great news really πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ. Wether it is Catholic or any other denomination,it is The Church of Christ. Christ is not divided

    #LOVE😍

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  18. Nice one. I'm proud to be a Catholic

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  19. Is this a wise decision by the Catholic church? what happens to those with other ailments? won't they be treated in d Hosp again,if yes,are they not putting their lives at risk by making the Hosp isolation centres. why not just make some of them isolation centres and reserve others for treatment of other ailments. this is just my opinion though.

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    1. Te hospitals are usually big with departments like the GHs. So they'll just allot some portions to the NCDC

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  20. Wow! This is very commendable. Proudly Catholic

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  21. Proudly Catholics! My kids are in catholic secondary schools and we've been on online classes for 4 weeks now and they've never for once asked us for any payments unlike other schools that are heavily billing parents. God bless my catholic church!

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  22. I attended catholic schools till the university. I m glad my parents took that decision

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  23. I too believe in the Holy Spirit
    The Holy Catholic Church.
    The communion Saints
    The forgiveness of the of sin
    The resurrection of the Body
    And life everlasting.

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  24. Wow. All 425 hospitals given. No more words. Reminds me of the nun that gave her life for her students. Generosity is hard, especially when there's nothing to gain or when it's our all. It's very human to want to grab the world, and hold unto what makes us secure. And in uncertain times like this, we tend to hold on even more tightly. Thank you catholic church for this selflessness.

    Lord help me and all of us who sometimes struggle with generosity.

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  25. Way to go. Proud to be a Catholic.

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  26. Hope as they are donating their hospitals;they are also either training health workers working there on how to handle covid 19 and also putting incentives on their salaries.Thats how the hospital my cousin works broadcasted on air they had donated their hospital as isolation centre to covid 19;made an inflated budget running into billions of naira to give to FG on things they will need ; the Management was going to make serious money from it; and yet they intended to use their already existing staff to run d place with d same peanut salaries they were being paid & no consideration for incentives.Nigerian employers are the worst sha.

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  27. God bless Catholic churches for this offer

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  28. One of the reasons I love Catholic Church (though not a member) but their acts/deeds shows what Jesus preach. When you see their hospitals, you marvel. I had the privilege to use their eye clinic for my son. You see both Muslims(fully covered) using their hospitals which is very very affordable and they don't discriminate.
    God bless the Catholic Church.

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