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IN NIGERIA THE PANDEMY INSPIRES SOLIDARITY

IN NIGERIA THE PANDEMY INSPIRES SOLIDARITY

These engineers in Nigeria have been fixing ventilators for free.

They have been inspired to help hospitals during the pandemic.

William Gyang, electrical repairman says:

When I discovered that there was a need for ventilators, I thought of inventing a ventilator, but (I couldn’t) because of materials involved in it.

So I said “Let me go to the hospitals to see if I can get some materials”.

So when I got to the hospital I discovered that the ventilators they had were bad.

The University of Jos teaching hospital had 40 faulty ventilators.

The machines are vital to help treat Covid-19 patients.

Nura Jubril, electrical repairman says:

The challenges we faced, was that we have limited resources.

(We needed) the software manual to do the repairs, since we are not really into fixing of ventilators, we just delved in to help.

William and Nura successfully fixed two ventilators.

Both ventilators are now up and running.

William Gyang, electrical repairman says:

I’m so happy that at least I’m able to achieve it.

To help save mankind.

Nura Jubril, electrical repairman says:

The hospital management are so happy, that we’ve been able to resurrect their machines.

William and Nura are now fixing the other faulty ventilators.

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