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Foundation provides free medical care to seven Anambra LGAs

The 14th edition of the non-governmental organization Dozie Nwankwo Foundation health intervention program was launched on Wednesday for seven (7) local government areas in Anambra State.

Online forum gathered that the beneficiary areas of the Council are; Anoacha, Dunukofia, Awka North, Awka South, Njikoka, Idemili North and Idemili South, all in the Anambra Central Senatorial District.

Medical outreach, according to the Hon. Dozie Nwankwo, the group’s founder and sitting legislator representing Anoacha/Dunukofia/Njikoka Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, involves providing special medical treatment free of charge to indigent people in the area suffering from of one disease or another. .

He said the gesture had no political overtones as it was a rumor in different political camps.

Nwankwo, who was represented at the launch ceremony held at Enugwu-Kwu Civil Center, Njikoka Council Area, by his personal assistant, Hon. Dike Martins, explains that the sensitization aims to alleviate many health issues for people as he can and help others access medical insurance.

“Currently, we are undertaking our 2022 medical outreach for the seven council areas that make up Anambra Central Senatorial District. It aims to address the many health challenges of our people.

“The medical action of the foundation has been going on for 15 years now. And this is currently happening simultaneously in the 7-LGAs.

Hon. Dozie Nwankwo, who is also running for the Senate to represent Anambra Central in the National Assembly Red Chambers in Abuja, in the 2023 general election, added that the foundation was also in the hunt for talent and planning to harvest young talent from other entrants. youth empowerment programs in his constituency.

He uses outreach to solicit support from the beneficiaries of his senatorial ambition.


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Foundation provides free medical care to seven Anambra LGAs

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