Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara on Friday, visited Mukhtar Ismail, his official cameraman who is receiving treatment at the Yariman Bakura Specialist Hospital, Gusau, following an auto crash.
Mr Matawalle who took time to inspect facilities at the hospital during the unscheduled visit, also donated the sum of N9.6million to patients on admission.
The visit was contained in a statement by Yusuf Idris, the Director-General of Media and Public Enlightenment to the governor and made available to journalists in Gusau.
Idris said, the cameraman was involved in an auto crash in Gusau while on his way home from work where he sustained multiple injuries.
He said, when the governor noticed the absence of the cameraman and was informed of incident, he immediately paid an unscheduled visit to the hospital.
The governor, according to the statement, took time off to inspect services provided by personnel and also made personal cash donations of about N9.6 million to patients on admission to ameliorate their burden.
The governor commended the medical personnel for efficient service delivery to patients and maintaining high level of cleanliness at the hospital.
He prayed for the quick recovery of the patients on admission in the facility.
In his response to the visit, the cameraman, Ismail, thanked the governor and informed him that he was recovering fast from injuries sustained from crash.