More than 3,000 Lagos residents benefited from free medical outreach organized by the NGO Team Better Naija (TBN) in the Alimosho and Agege local government areas of Lagos State
The medical outreach is part of a door-to-door campaign for President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his vice-presidential campaign, involving free medical check-ups, free eyeglasses, medicines and medical advice.
National Coordinator for Team Better Naija (TBN) Engr when it comes to outreach. Remi Omowaiye, who is also Osun’s former engineering commissioner, said his team was part of various groups canvassing for the president-elect, adding that their obligation was the well-being of the masses, which is to the government.
engineer. Omowaiye added that his team further decided to support the re-election of Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Dr. Obafemi Hamzat by reaching out to people from different communities in Alimosho, Agege and beyond.
Omowaiye explained that the program had been in place for several months, and when the team found many people suffering from high blood pressure and other serious medical conditions during the campaign for president in the four states they visited, the medical advocacy went unnoticed, They need to intervene to stop the dangerous trend.
According to him, as a non-government agency, thousands of people have benefited from its free healthcare scheme, adding that the team is ready to carry out the scheme after the election period and work in tandem with government agencies.
He stressed that it is unfortunate that so many people are living reckless lives without proper screening to understand their health and find preventive measures to safeguard their lives.
According to the Team Better Naija coordinator, “The outreach has reached out to two local governments, Agege and Alimosho, and we are planning to expand the program to other communities in Lagos.”
Furthermore, Mr. Kayode Sowade, TBN Director of Operations, said the ongoing outreach in Lagos is key to Sanwo-Olu’s re-election campaign, reflecting his belief in free healthcare, one of the government’s key initiatives. Sanwo – Government of Oulu.
One of the beneficiaries, Ms Kehinde Oyeshile, expressed satisfaction with the outreach services, adding that many people were shocked by the screening results and learned to pay more attention to their health.
According to her, many people neglected their health due to poverty and got their lives back after receiving treatment
Outreach Train was canvassing in Isale Oja Agege on Sunday for the re-election of House candidate for Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Agege state constituency of Lagos incumbent Speaker Rt Hon Mudasiru Obasa, while also canvassing for Babajide when the team visited Alimosho on Monday Governor Sanwo-Olu and Hon Kehinde Joseph were re-elected as candidates for the House of Representatives in Alimosho (Constituency 02). Chairman of Agege Local Government Ganiyu Egunjobi and Igando-Ikotu LCDA, Comrade Alimosho Snr Lasisi Ayinde Akinsanya received the medical team on the spot