Young Africans boss offers 137m/- equipment to cancer hospital as he celebrates birthday

DAR ES SALAAM: Young Africans sponsor Ghalib Said Mohamed (GSM) has provided medical equipments worth 137m/- to the Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI).

The donation exercise of the equipments has been conducted at the hospital’s premises in Dar es Salaam on Sunday afternoon.

The event goes simultaneously with the celebration of his birthday.

In his remarks, Yanga president Hersi Said reveals that his (GSM)’s wife is the one who came up with the idea of supplying the equipments at the hospital.

“Cancer is one of the expensive diseases when it comes to treatment as such, the presence of these equipments will help to ease the burden here,” says him.

He then assured the management of the hospital that Yanga will continue to partner with them in disseminating cancer awareness information to the public.

He also says 80 percent of the achievements recorded by Yanga have been contributed by GSM.

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