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Abi/Yakurr Reps Aspirant, John Gaul Begins Free Medical Services In Yakurr

Cross River Daily can firmly report that Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. John Gaul Lebo who is currently negotiating his way to the Green Chamber to represent Abi/Yakurr Federal Constituency has launched a free medical services outreach in Yakurr Local Government Area.

The medical services, Cross River Daily understands was part of the Rt. Honourable’s means of celebrating the Ugep International Leboku with Ugep natives.

The medical outreach which many described as timely and well thought of, “would see to the immediate distribution of free drugs to patients according to the nature of their illness, and also combos of Forever varieties of drugs and multivitamins to over a thousand beneficiaries,” Gaul said.

The specialist team, Cross River Daily also gathered will commence treatment for the next one week; attending to patients with different illnesses irrespective of their wards at designated locations within both political constituencies of Yakurr.

“The activity is part of Mr. Speaker’s kind gesture to the good people of Yakurr, as he feels the people of Yakurr should celebrate their festival in good health, which informed the rationale behind bringing medical succor to the people. Especially to the aged and the general masses who might not be able to afford quality health care services,” Victor Adaha, one of his media aides told Cross River Daily.

“Indegenes of Yakurr who Might want to seize this opportunity to seek medical attention at no cost, are advised to avail themselves of this ample opportunity to get free treatments from the team of medical personnels who will readily be on standby to ensure every person who comes out for the medical outreach were attended to, and if there be need for referrals, it would be treated accordingly,” Victor concluded.

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