No fewer than 40 automatic hospital beds and 100 bedsheets were recently donated to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) by the family of Mr Olalekan Ogunsola of TOS Funerals through the Olalekan Ogunshola Memorial Foundation.
Speaking during the handing over of the materials to the hospital, Mrs Taiwo Ogunsola, owner of TOS Funerals, noted that the urge to give back stems from her gratitude to God and to the hospital for giving them an environment to thrive and use their expertise to serve.
While promising to do more CSR in the future, she said this phase of donation would be extended to the Gbagada General Hospital and Mainland Hospital where 100 bedsheets (each) would be delivered
“We want to make our presence known and we also want to give back to it,” she said at the event attended by several persons.
The Chief Medical Director of LASUTH, Prof. Adetokunbo Fabamwo, duly appreciated the Ogunsola family and describes the effort as a giant leap in helping the hospital achieving its goals.
He said, “The relationship between LASUTH and TOS funerals led by Mrs Ogunsola, has been long standing; the introduction of an ultra-modern morgue services, the knack for success and the courage of the family has helped the hospital to grow.”
Representative of the Commissioner for Health, Dr. Emmanuela Zamba, gave accolades to TOS Funerals, saying “when it comes to Private Public Partnerships (PPP), TOS Funerals is the success story of the Lagos State Government, it was the first PPP we had in Lagos State and that relationship is still thriving. I salute Mrs. Taiwo Ogunsola’s spirit of entrepreneurship and CSR. It is truly worthy of commendation.”
In her closing remark, the Director of Hospital Administration, Mrs Olatokunbo Adio, thanked Mrs Ogunsola for her generous donation to better the life of the hospital’s patients and the community at large.
She also thanked the representative of the Commissioner for Health and the Permanent Secretary Lagos State Ministry of Health, Dr. Emmanuella Zamba for gracing the occasion.
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