Vrati Nzonzo Free Medical Outreach Treats Over 300 Patients In Lamurde LGA

Over three hundred patients in Lamurde local government and its environs have benefited from Vrati Nzonzo's free medical outreach held at the Lamurde maternity clinic.
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By Jessica John Bakari

Over three hundred patients in Lamurde local government and its environs have benefited from Vrati Nzonzo’s free medical outreach held at the Lamurde maternity clinic.

The Co-Sponsor of the program, Professor Misauno Michael from Foreman Oncology and Minimal Access Surgery FOMAS hospital jos made this known while addressing newsmen in Lamurde.

Professor Misauno Michael explained that the exercise was a partnership between him and a House of Representative candidate on the platform of the All Progressive Congress A.P.C Mr. Vrati Nzonzo.

The professor pointed out that during the exercise, surgeries were conducted on some patients after diagnosis while others were given drugs free of charge.

He used the medium to appeal to politicians to always imbibe the spirit of reaching out to less privileged persons in the area as a way of service to humanity.

In his remark, the sponsor of the exercise Mr. Vrati Nzonzo said he sponsored the free medical outreach to assist people who are suffering from various forms of illnesses to regain good health.

Mr. Nzonzo stated that he was encouraged by the humanitarian service professor Misauno Michael has been rendering to the people of murdered local government and decided to partner with them by supplying drugs.

He reiterated his commitment to continue to sponsor such exercises to cover the three local government areas of Lamurde, Numan, and Demsa that made up the constituency.

Vrati Nzonzo called on the Beneficiaries of the gesture to ensure they take their medication as prescribed and wished them a quick recovery.

Some members of the medical team Mr. Amos Zakaria a community health officer and mbsaty Dashebayi facility manager of maternity clinic Lamurde lauded Vrati Nzonzo for undertaking the free Medical outreach and prayed to God to continue to bless him abundantly.

Across sections, some patients who benefitted during the exercise appreciated Vrati Nzonzo for their magnanimity to indigent persons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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