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NNU women wing to offer free medical treatment in 3 LGAs in Delta

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The Ndokwa Neku Union (NNU) Women Wing, in collaboration with the  ”05 initiative, the Pet Projects of the Wife of Delta Governor, Dame Edith Okowa and the Theresa-Ifeanyi Foundation United Kingdom is offering three days free medical treatment in three local government areas of Delta.
In a statement signed by NNU Woman Leader,  Prof. Julie Umukoro, made available to Bayelsa Times said that the medical outreach would take place at Ibrede in Ndokwa East, Onicha-Ukwuani in Ndokwa West and Umutu in Ukwuani local government areas of the state.
She said that the events would run from Wednesday  April 27 to Friday April 29,  2022, noting, “‘The programme would commence with Ibrede in Ndokwa East on April 27, from there, the  medical train will move to Onicha-Ukwuani in Ndokwa West on April 28 and thereafter to Umutu in Ukwuani local government area of the state on April 29, 2022.
”The team would spend one day per LGA and each station shall be flagged off by the LGA Chairman at 10am and will thereafter operate till 4pm.
Prof. Umuloro who doubles as University of Port Harcourt don, further stated, ”The medical treatment package includes free drugs, free eye glasses and sickle cell briefs and awareness lectures.
”It shall be strictly first come and first served, so come early to avoid rush. If you miss the train at one station, you can catch up with it at the next.
”We call on all Ndokwa citizens to take advantage of this window of opportunity made available by the NNU Women Wing.

”We are determined to fight blindness and general body ailments to a standstill in Ndokwa land,” she stated

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