LASUTH Begs the Public over Epileptic Service Due To Power Disruption

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The Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has appealed to the general public over the inconvenience caused by the lack of power supply to the hospital.

A statement issued by the Management on Friday said power supply to the hospital has been disrupted for the past five weeks, necessitating the need to rely on the use of generators.

It, however, noted that in order to ensure a continuous supply of electricity by the generators, there has to be periodic shutdown. However, during these periods, which have been made as short as possible, some inconvenience is bound to be experienced.

While soliciting the cooperation and understanding of all staff and patients, the release reiterated the commitment of the hospital management to keep its services running while prioritising supply to critical areas pending when normalcy is restored.

Category: World-News
Tag: Lasuth news Lagos news
Written by Omooba Alekuwodo (omoobaalekuwodo)
Published 5/13/2023 5:55:41 AM

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