Sunday, 26 August 2018

Speaker John Gaul introduce Medical Intervention into Leboku celebration


Just as the good people of Yakurr celebrates their prestigious Leboku festival which is one of the most highly rated festivals in the state, and also the festival being a yearly event that consist of different activities and attractions.

This year's celebration tends to be unique and more glamorous, as the distinguished Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly commenses free medical outreach, as part of the activities to mark this year's celebration.

The medical outreach which many described as timely and well thought, would see to the immediate distribution of free drugs to patients according to the nature of their illness, and also combos of Forever varieties of drugs and multivitamins to over a thousand (1000) beneficiaries.

 This, which will just be the beginning as thereafter the specialist team of Ayadecare will commence treatment for the next one whole week, attending to patients with different illnesses irrespective of their wards at designated locations within the local government area, which will comprise the two political zones Yakurr 1 and Yakurr 2.

The line of activities, are part of the Honourable Speaker's (in the person of Rt. Hon John Gaul Lebo) kind gesture to the good people of Yakurr, as he feels the people of Yakurr should celebrate their festival in good health, which informed the rationale behind him bringing medical succor to the people. Especially to the aged (elderly citizens) and the general masses who might not be able to afford quality health care services.
The first day will see to over a thousand persons attended to right on spot by the medical team which will be on standby. while the one week stretch of medical intervention is expected to reach out to the people in their thousands.

Indegenes of Yakurr who Might want to seize this opportunity to seek medical attention at no cost, are advised to avail themselves of this ample opportunity to get free treatments from the team of medical personnels who will readily be on standby to ensure every person who comes out for the medical outreach are attended to, and if there be need for referrals, it would be treated accordingly.

Victor Adaha