In Kaduna Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise

Over 565 people have benefited from free medical exercise organized by Nok Medical Mission in Jaba Local government area of Kaduna State. 

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Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna

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Over 565 people have benefited from free medical exercise organized by Nok Medical Mission in Jaba Local government area of Kaduna State.

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna play

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna

 

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Pulse.ng gathered that the team concluded its 6th edition of the annual free medical services in the early hours of Thursday in Nok, after a successful operation of 65 people facing various ailments. A medical doctor who took part in the exercise, Joseph Gyuro said the programme was organized by the Nok Community Development Association as part of activities to mark her 12th annual Nok Pray week.

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna play

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna

 

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"We held series of prayers before the operations and other medical checkups commenced. 65 people were operated and over 500 medical cases were attended to," Gyuro said.

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna play

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna

 

According to the medical Doctor, beneficiaries were drawn all over the Ham land which is made up of three Local governments in the Southern part of Kaduna State. Some of the beneficiaries commended the community for the gesture and pray God to keep them healthy.

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna play

Over 565 people benefits from free medical exercise in Kaduna

 

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"I am short of words. But all we are praying is for God to keep them healthy and prosper them in all their endeavor because they have done to us what we were unable to do because of financial constrain," Joseph Bala said.

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