Aladja Community Organise Two Day Free Medical Outreach For Indigenes 

Aladja Community Organise Two Day Free Medical Outreach For Indigenes

An indigenes of Aladja Community receiving medical treatment from one of the Nurses.

By Ovedhe Hezekiah.
In a bid to ensure that, residents of Aladja Community in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State,  live healthy life, the community organised a two free medical  treatment for its indigenes and non-indigenes in their Community.
While speaking to newsmen,  the President-General of Aladja Community, Prince Ibrahim Dumudje, said the programme started on Thursday (yesterday) and it will end on Friday.
He said,”We decided to take care of our people because we know they’re not exposed to modern medical medicine.”
In his words, “This way, we can search or their minds and be able to give them better treatment. If necessary,those that we are not able to treat, we refer them to other hospitals and we see how we can take care of them.
“The community was motivated to embark on the free medical outreach for its indigenes and non-indigenes,”because of our love for society. Our love for Community, our love for our State and our love for Country.”
He noted that Aladja Community was “safe” and “peaceful” at the time the programme held.
This reporter who monitored the exercise reports that there were opportunities for general consultation, opthalmic consult, distribution of medical glasses, laboratory tests and others and COVID-19 vaccination to beneficiaries.
So many indigenes and non-indigenes were attended to by the medical team at Aladja Community.


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