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Two Nigerian engineers hailed after fixing faulty ventilators for free as their contribution to curb Coronavirus

Two Nigerian engineers who hail from Jos have been lauded on and off social media as heroes for the work they did as part of their contribution to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country.

The two went to the Jos University Teaching Hospital and offered to fix their faulty ventilators for free and this honourable act has won the hearts of many people.

The photos shared online show Gyang William and Nura Jibrin while working on the faulty ventilators in JUTH so that no patient will have to die due to a lack of ventilators.

Nigerians have since lauded their heroic act and called on the government to honor them when the Coronavirus pandemic is over.

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