Destiny College Students donates money to less privileged patients in Hospital
By: Femi Mustapha
Succour may soon come the way of indigent and less privileged children who are patients at the Kaduna State University Teaching Hospital Barau Dikko, as students and pupils of Destiny College Malali Kaduna, on 10th of December, 2022 presented case donations of Four hundred thousand and nine hundred the management of the Hospital.
Presenting the cash donation to Dr Sahaibu Musa, who represented the Medical Director of Barau Dikko Hospital at the Annual literary Day celebration of the College Director of Studies of Destiny College, Mr. Olubusayo Akintunde the gesture is to put a smile on the face of the less privileged in their child to child program.
He explained that the donations are in line with the school aims and objectives not to only be a standard learning hub, but an institution that teaches children to show kindness to their fellow children who are on admission at the hospital.
Mr. Akintunde stressed that the yesterday donations was the second edition of the gesture and the college students are willing to sustain it
According to him each student and pupil in the school tasks each other one thousand Naira each as donations.
Receiving the money Dr Musa thanks the students and pupils of the Destiny college, remembering the indigent and less privileged children who are on admission.
Dr. Musa said two hundred Naira sometimes is enough to save a life because the family cannot afford it
He assured the good students and pupils of Destiny College that the monies will be channeled toward the purpose it was meant for.
Maitama Sule Club emerged the overall winner of the literary Day competitions, while Prof. Wole Soyinka Club and Prof. Chinua Achebe Club came second and third respectively.