Mozzart Bet donates medical equipment worth Ksh3 million to Nyamira County


Posted on Friday, August 20, 2021


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Mozzart Bet donates medical equipment worth Ksh3 million to Nyamira County

Gaming firm Mozzart on Friday 20th August donated medical equipment worth slightly over Ksh3 million to Nyamira County to aid the fight against Covid-19.

The equipment included personal protective equipment, wheelchairs and ICU beds. The county has witnessed a steady rise in Covid-19 infections despite concerted efforts by both national government and the devolved authority.

With the cognizance of what is needed to prevail in the already protracted fight against the pandemic that Mozzart has lent its support to Nyamira by ensuring that medics who are the first line responders are protected from the virus.

At hand to receive the equipment was Gladys Momanyi, the Nyamira County Executive in charge of Health. She was accompanied by other dignitaries.

“This is a good gesture especially when we have been attacked by this pandemic and we do not take this initiative for granted. On behalf of the Governor Nyamira County Hon Amos Nyaribo, I thank Mozzart – we will ensure everything is transparently used to benefit the people of Nyamira.

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Gladys Momanyi, the Nyamira County Executive in charge of Health, received the equipment

“This is the best time to be your brother’s keeper and as Mozzart, we have done exactly that since the pandemic struck early last year,” Mozzartbet Country Manager Sasa Krneta said,

“We are therefore very pleased to present our donation of equipment worth Ksh3,015,500 million to Nyamira County to help them curb the spread of coronavirus. It is our hope that all health facilities in the county will benefit from this as we continue to fight this deadly virus,” he added

Mozzart has spent over Ksh53 million in supporting healthcare facilities in different counties over the last three years. The company has also spent Ksh15 million so far in digging fresh water wells in various parts of the country.

The company paid tribute to the government for creating an enabling environment for business to thrive even during tough times as currently witnessed. The country manager avowed to continue the company’s Community Social Responsibility (CSR).

“We are very thankful to the government for creating an enabling environment to ensure our business remains afloat even in these tough times and we will always be ready when called upon to support various projects within Kenyan communities,” added Krneta.

Author: Aska Makori