in furtherance of his desire to add value to his constituents’ in the area of medicare, and in line with elected representatives constitutional expectations, Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe on Monday staged the eleventh Free Medical Outreach in Demsa Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

The Senator representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial District in the red chamber of the National Assembly, while welcoming dignatories and people who turned out to seek medical attention at Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria Referral Centre, venue of the weeklong medical outreach, thanked them for having faith in his pet project, adding that the exercise is a demonstration of his passion to serve his constituents so they could feel the impact of his purposeful representation.

The Guest of Honour at the occasion who doubles as the Arch Bishop of the LCCN & President of the Lutheran World Federation, RT Reverend Philibus Musa Panti, specially thanked Senator Yaroe for his responsive and exemplary representative leadership for initiating this laudable programme.

While admonishing patients who turned out to seek medical attention at the facility, Bishop Musa Panti prayed God to use the Doctors/ other specialists charged with the responsibility to dispense treatment for them (patients) to grant each of them, healing mercies before the tail end of the weeklong ‘free medical outreach’ which winds up by this weekend.

The Medical Doctor in charge, Doctor Telemon Dah, identified ailments such as ophthalmic, dentistry, surgical and others will be given special attention by some Consultants and other experts throughout the duration of the exercise.

The Chairmen of Demsa and Numan Local Government Areas, and other stakeholders who graced the opening ceremony amongst others eulogized the wisdom and foresight of the lawmaker for initiating this laudable medicare, describing it as arguably “a watershed in the history of representative leadership in the zone, if not the country as a whole”.

Hundreds of people turned out in their numbers from across Adamawa Southern Senatorial District, and some neighbouring states to receive medical attention at the facility on Monday.

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