FOUNDATION TO PROVIDE FREE MEDICAL SERVICE IN EDO COMMUNITY

FOUNDATION TO PROVIDE FREE MEDICAL SERVICE IN EDO COMMUNITY

The Imalu Airiemhionkha Ebhoaye Memorial Foundation is set to provide free medical services to more than 1,000 persons in Igueben local government area of Edo State under the foundation’s free medical care for 12 calender months.

Indigenes of Igueben local government waiting patiently to be accredited.

Founder of the Foundation, Chief Frederick Airiemhionkha, who disclosed this in Igueben, said that the Foundation was established with the aim of continuing his late mother’s legacy of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ as well as rendering humanitarian services.

Chief Airiemhionkha said that the free medical care was designed to assist poor Igueben citizens, especially residents, who do not have the means to access medical care in order to improve on their standard of living.

“We have an understanding with integrated insurance scheme and Igueben General hospital; we have professionals in various fields and let me also disclose to you that this programme has been on ground and hundred of persons have enjoyed this scheme.

“The foundation has just completed accreditation of over 1000 persons in Igueben that will enjoy the free medical care for 12 calender months which will commence from June 1st, 2019.

Accreditation process ..

“We came up with the free medical services in order to assist the needy by bringing healthcare services closer to the people and to improve on their health and standard of living for the overall development of Igueben local government area, Edo State and by extension Nigeria,” he said.

He restated the commitment of the foundation to continue to offer free medical services to Nigerians, noting that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation.

He also revealed the foundation’s plans to award educational scholarship to 100 Igueben indigent students to any level of their educational career.

Chief Airiemhionkha called on the people of Igueben to take advantage of this gesture and to continue to live in peace and tolerate one another irrespective of their religious and political affiliations.

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