Ro­tary of­fers free med­i­cal ser­vices to Orozo res­i­dents

Daily Trust - - CITY NEWS - By Ah­madu Rhoda

Mem­bers of the Ro­tary Club of Karu on Satur­day of­fered free med­i­cal ser­vices to preg­nant women, nurs­ing moth­ers, chil­dren and el­derly per­sons at Orozo Health Cen­tre in Abuja.

The pa­tients were ex­am­ined by a Ro­tar­ian, who is a med­i­cal doc­tor, while phar­ma­cists among the group dis­pensed pre­scribed drugs to them.

Other mem­bers as­sisted in the dis­tri­bu­tion of birthing kits, mos­quito treated nets, san­i­tary pads and san­i­tary tow­els, among oth­ers.

Pres­i­dent of the club, Bar­ris­ter Nnae­meka Ejio­for, told the res­i­dents that the club mem­bers were out to en­sure they stayed healthy.

He said the club’s fo­cus is mainly to pro­vide ser­vice to hu­man­ity and as­sured them that the ges­ture will spread to other sur­round­ing com­mu­ni­ties, such as Nyanya and Mararaba.

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