Anambra-Irish professionals association commences free medical mission at Abatete

By Sunny A. David, Onitsha


Affluent individuals, groups and Oorganizationsrganizations in the society have been charged to always remember the less privileged in their midst.

The Chairman, Anambra Irish Professionals Association, Sir. Paul Uzoh, gave the charge at the commencement of their 2019 Free Medical Mission at Abatete, in Idemili North Local Government Area.

The  mission, held at the premises of the Abatete Library attracted men and women, young and old.

The participants were diagnosed by medical experts after which they were given drugs of different ailments, walking aids as well as wheel chairs.

According to Sir Paul, who said that this year’s mission will cover Abatete, Nkpor Uno and Ichi, explained that  the Medical mission which is in its second year was one of the ideologies of the association to reach out to the downtrodden within their capacity and urged affluent individuals and organizations to always remember the less privileged in the society.

Two members of the association, Mr. Ikemefuna Obiozor and Mrs. Marryan Nwanneka-Okoye told our correspondent that it gives them joy doing humanitarian jobs.

Earlier, the President-General, Abatete Development Organization, Sir. Moses Chukwuka, noted that the community was overwhelmed by the kind gesture of the Association and prayed God to replenish them abundantly.

One of the beneficiaries, Chief Tony Obiadi prayed God to bless members of the association for them to continue their good work.

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