Bounty Killer donates beds to KPH, Victoria Jubilee Hospital

Dancehall artiste Bounty Killer donated more than 60 beds to the Kingston Public and Victoria Jubilee hospitals in Kingston on Tuesday.
The deejay extended the helping hand after seeing several heart-rending stories about the conditions of Jamaica's health sector.
The artiste added that he has long had the desire to start a foundation with particular focus on the health sector. 
He received the assistance from a friend in the international health sector in securing the beds at an affordable price.
The deejay added that though it cost a hefty penny purchasing the beds, he was able to get them into the country hassle-free via a waiver from the finance ministry. 
This comes on the heels of the J$100 million raised by the Shaggy 'Make a Difference Foundation' for the Bustamante Hospital for Children.

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