Sunday, April 3, 2022

Ugbolokposo Community gets Free Medical Care

 Ugbolokposo Community gets free Medical Care  

 

Olori Atuwatse III receiving a warm welcome from two beautifully dressed Ukwekes



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Ugbolokposo Community gets free Medical Care


Olori Atuwatse III has again provided free medical treatment and palliative care to over 300  people through her “Wuwu Ore Initiative” programme aimed at providing health care services to her people.

 

Olori Atuwatse III with women of Ugbolokposo Community 


The exercise which took place at Ugbolokposo community in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State was attended by youth, women and adults of the community with lots of medical doctors on ground to attend to patients .

 


While addressing the people of Ugbolokposo community,Olori Atuwatse III said that the medical outreach was aimed at making health care delivery more accessible to all, especially those who cannot afford it, assuring that the Programme will be a continuous exercise until all communities in Warri Kingdom benefits from it.

 

Olori Atuwatse III giving out palliative to mother and child 


Earlier in his address, Chairman of  Ugbolokposo community, Mr. Emmanuel Atserunboghoma thanked  Olori Atuwatse III for her kind gesture, saying that it is the first time in the  history of the community that they are experiencing such Royal benevolence.

 

                           Cross section of participants 


The Coordinator of the program Dr. Otake Owe disclosed that the health services provided by the Olori includes hematocrit (paked cell volume) screenings, full blood count screening, malaria screening, blood glucose screening, urine analysis, retroviral screening, etc.

 

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, Mr. Japheth Okotie appreciated Olori Atuwatse III for bringing succor to the people.

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