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Isiomah Okobah Foundation provides 3,000 with free medicare

By Gbenga Akinfenwa   |   06 August 2017   |   4:29 am  

Isiomah Okobah Foundation

Over 3,000 indigenes of Ika nation have benefited from a free medical programme initiated by the Isioma Okobah Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, concerned with the well being of the masses.

The programme, held at Igbodo, Ika North East Council Area of Delta State, drew participants from various communities including Ekwuoma, Umunede, Owa Alero, Emuhu, Abavo and Alisimie, among others.

A team of medical personnel led by the resident doctor at the Stephen Okoh Community Health Centre, Dr. Ejindu Chukwuma, pharmacists and other healthcare givers attended to the patients.

Addressing the participants, Founder of the Foundation, Dr. Isioma Okobah, represented by Mr. Ujedibie Onyeka, said the mid-year health outreach was specially packaged to commemorate the second year anniversary of the Governor Okowa’s administration, adding that the foundation would not relent in contributing to the realisation of effective, quality and affordable healthcare programme for the people.

Okobah urged the people to take routine medical checks seriously to enable them know their health status, saying they should always adhere to their routine drugs and lifestyle changes to improve their health.
Beneficiaries of the free medical programme, were diagnosed and treated of various ailments.



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