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image editor output image 1352482745 16385122922607464477911472147554 Imota students' union donated left over drugs from her free health enlightenment program during ISU week 2021 to Primary Health Care Center, Imota on the 2nd of December.

IMOTA STUDENTS’ UNION DONATES LEFT OVER DRUGS FROM ISU WEEK 2021 TO HEALTH CARE CENTRE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

Imota students’ union donated left over drugs from her free health enlightenment program during ISU week 2021 to Primary Health Care Center, Imota on the 2nd of December.

The student body assisted the medical institution to alleviate community dwellers approaching the health care centre seeking free drugs due to lack of financial backings to promote good health

According to Comrade Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin (President, Imota students’ union), donated drugs was received under the supervision of Mrs. Akinjo, Officer in Charge of the Primary Health Care Centre, Imota

“The medical practitioners were happy about the intention, encouraging the students’ body to continue the good work in a bid to better transform imota community, having the love of inhabitants at heart” Olatayo Bodunrin expanded

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