Senate President, Sen. Kalu Visits Wounded Soldiers At The Hospital


The Senator Representing Abia North Senatorial District and the incumbent Chief Whip of the 9th senate, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu joined the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan in the company of other lawmakers to the military hospital in Kaduna, Kaduna State.

The visit, gathered was to pay sympathy visit to soldiers who were wounded in various theater of operations across the country.

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Kalu on his facebook handle wrote “As an expression of our unfeigned sympathy and support to the Nigerian Military in securing our dear nation, I joined the Senate delegation to visit the military hospital in Kaduna to empathise with the Wounded In Action(WIAs).

“The delegation was ably led by the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan on Saturday to show solidarity to our men who were brought there from the various theatre of operations around the country.

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“The visit formed part of the activities to mark the second anniversary of the ninth Senate.

“The delegation to the military Hospital was received on arrival by the GOC 1 Division, Major General Danjuma Alikeffi and the Acting Medical Director of the Hospital, Colonel Stephen Onochukwu.

“Beyond condolences, the visit was to ascertain the needs of the soldiers in terms of welfare and equipment for the Senate’s immediate intervention.

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