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ISU WEEK 2021 DAY 3: 190 RESIDENTS CONSULTED DOCTORS IN THE LCDA, SUPPORTED WITH FREE DRUGS BY IMOTA STUDENTS’ UNION ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

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Day 3 program of ISU Week 2021 which was held at Ikorodu General Hospital, Imota Annex, Itun-Onabu on Monday, 15th of November, 2021.

Nothing less than 190 persons were attended to by the team of doctors, health educators, pharmacists and auxiliary nurses culled from Ikorodu General Hospital; Primary Health Care Centres, Ita-Elewa, Ikorodu; Primary Health Care Centres, Imota and others from private hospitals in Imota.

The program started with health talk from the health educators after which the participants moved from the registration unit to the nurse’s desk for the test, then to the doctor for consultation and finally to the pharmacist for drugs.

According to an elder identified as Mrs Memunat, “these students are doing a good job. I was here last year and the drugs I got relieved me of my leg injury and that is why am here again when I heard about the program. I want to appreciate the students for this program and I pray God to bless them and make them excel in life.”

Another participant, Mrs Ganiu, 33, a nursing mother appreciate the union for the organisation and the free drugs, “Imota Students’ Union is a blessing to the community and I followed up on their programs. I want to appreciate them for the free drugs and also for the organisation which is free from struggle” She concluded

According to the President of Imota Students’ Union (Olatayo Bodunrin), he said, “most of the occupants of Imota community are peasant farmers and petty traders with little or no budget for medical health care and that is the reason for this program and to as well educate them about their health even after the daily work.”

“I’m very grateful for the massive turnout of the doctors, pharmacists, health educators and the auxiliary nurses from Ikorodu General Hospital; Ita-Elewa Primary Health Care Centre, Ikorodu; Imota Primary Health Care Centre and the private hospitals in Imota”

“I want to appreciate all our sponsors for making this program a reality and I pray God bless them mightily.” Olatayo Bodunrin added

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