- Malam Kawu Muhammad is a trader in Jos who has given back to the society by building a 13-bed clinic/maternity
- The facility, which is situated at Mile 7, Yalwa Road, Jos, has been registered and it is ready for effective use
- A Twitter user with the handle @Abdul_Majid84 made the disclosure on the microblogging site on Sunday, September 27
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A trader identified as Malam Kawu Muhammad is a patriotic Nigerian who built a 13-bed clinic/maternity in Jos, Plateau state.
The disclosure was made by a Twitter user identified as Abdul-Majid Lawan Waziri, who said he was invited to the commissioning of the facility.
Waziri with the Twitter handle @Abdul_Majid84 said registrations with relevant authorities has been made, adding that the facility is ready to receive patients.
"Meet Malam Kawu Muhammad , the Jos trader who built a thirteen (13) bed clinic/maternity in Mile 7 Yalwa Road, Jos P/State. I was invited as a guest to grace the commissioning of the facility. Registrations with relevant authorities has been made and all is set for effective use."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to commend Muhammad for his kind gesture.
Twitter user with the handle @MelaninPrettie wrote:
"This is so masha Allah but he should employ certified professional workers and set standard for his clinic, it should not end up like most of our clinics around promoting quackery and tempering with people's health."
Another Twitter user with the handle @Suadlami wrote:
"May the Almighty Allah bless him immensely & reward him in the best manner with aljannah firdous, amin. Good man, that one."
Below are other reactions:
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