Member of the Municipal Council of Tajoura, Mohammad Jamhur, said Saturday that the Presidential Council had approved the establishment of a hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases at the headquarters of former military camp 101 in the area Ghoat Romman in Tajoura.

In a press statement, Jamhur clarified that the inhabitants of the region demanded the camp site to be used as an educational and health facility instead of exploiting it for military matters.

He added that part of the 4-hectare camp will be allocated to build a technical engineering college and a faculty of renewable energies, in addition to another part which will be devoted for building a hospital of diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease, insisting that the hospital would be the first of its kind nationwide and will provide its services to all Libyans alike.