By Abdullahi jalaluddeen
The Coordinator of the National youth service corps in Kano Hajiya Aisha Tata Mohammad has reaffirmed the Commitment of the Scheme in rendering free medical Outreach to Communities especially Rural areas.
Hajiya Aisha Tata Mohammad stated this during a free medical Outreach to the people of Hungu Community in collaboration with Macca eye clinic, Held at Hungu Hospital,Albasu local Government Area.
She said the National youth service corps Initiates the gesture to provide the needed support on the Health Sector, aimed at Enhancing the Health status of the Rural Dwellers.
The Coordinator explained that the medical Outreach would play a vital role in addressing Medical Challenges in good time.
She charged women at homes to utilize the opportunity by coming out to Access the madical Care.
“I wish to call on women at homes to come and access medical care together with their children especially the infants who are in need of urgent attention when they are Sick, I wish to inform you that the treatment is for everyone who is willing to come for consultation”
Aisha Tata Mohammad Appreciated the efforts of there Collaborators , Albashir Foundation ( Makkah Hospital) for providing eye Doctors,drugs and Alhaji Tahir Hungu for providing logistics and Drugs .
In a remark the Chairman of Albasu local Government Council Alhaji Mu’azu Abubakar Represented by iliya Jibrin Hungu described the gesture as very timely.
He advised people of Hungu Community to expidite Action in ensuring that they explore the Opportunity.
Over two hundred people from Hungu and neighboring villages benefitted from the Medical outreach.