New year gift: 558 treated as Sen Binos conducts medical outreach in Jereng

The year 2023 has started on the right footing in Adamawa South Senatorial District as Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe provided free medical outreach to 558 people in Nassarawo Jereng ward of Mayo Belwa local government.

During the medical outreach, indigent patients were administered free surgeries, consultation services, laboratory and pharmacy amongst others.

Addressing journalists shortly after visiting the Primary Healthcare Centre (PHCC) Jereng to see things for himself, Senator Binos D. Yaroe said that his decision to provide free medical services to his constituents was borne out of his desire to ensure people at the grassroots have access to quality medical services.

He disclosed that what keeps his free medical outreaches moving from when it began way far back in August 2019 in Demsa LGA was due to his genuine intention to ensure the people of Adamawa South Senatorial Zone reap the needed dividends of democracy.

According to him, one of the factors that hindered other politicians who tried to emulate him from making headway in their medical outreaches was that they did it for election purposes and not for the benefit of the masses, hence their medical outreaches stopped halfway without seeing the light of the day.

Senator Binos called on his constituents to reflect back as 2023 General Elections are fast approaching to enable them vote for politicians who have genuine intentions for them and not those who do things for selfish reasons.

He stated, “Use your PVCs wisely for voting for the right politicians. At the Presidential Election, vote for Alhaji Atiku Abubakar going by how he empowers lots of the people of Adamawa State. He set up businesses and factors for the benefit of the masses.

“At the Governorship Election, re-elect Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for continuity. We all know how he transformed the whole of Adamawa State in various ways. Here at Adamawa South Senatorial District, vote for me to enable me provide more democracy dividends to you. With Atiku as President, I will be able to do more than what I am doing now”

While promising to upgrade the Primary Healthcare Centre Jereng if elected to enable the inhabitants of the area to have access to better health services, Senator Binos said his desire is to make sure the electorate in his district taste the sweet fruits of democracy.

Also speaking, the Head of Medical Team, Dr Jama Medan, disclosed that over 558 patients have received free medical treatment ranging from surgeries, consultation services, laboratory, pharmacy among others.

Dr Jama described the Jereng medical outreach as a success due to the large turnout of residents in the surrounding communities despite being a market day.

He commended his team for their commitment where he attributed it to the quality equipment on ground for them to work with, noting that other medical outreaches failed to see the light of the day due to lack of quality equipment.

He pointed out, “If you want to copy the free medical outreach of Senator Binos Yaroe, find out from him and learn how to sustain it. If you don’t provide quality equipment to work with, the medical doctors will back out because they cannot compromise their profession”.

While calling on the people of Adamawa South Senatorial District to vote for Senator Binos Yaroe to enable him provide more democracy dividends, Dr Medan disclosed that the grand finale of the outreach comes up on 9th January 2023 where patients are expected to come from Gombe, Taraba, Borno and other neighbouring States.

In her remarks, the Facility Manager of Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC) Jereng, Mrs Hanatu Audu Bobboi, who could not hide her joy, was highly impressed with the large turnout of residents, noting that it was the first of its kinds seeing huge crowd in the centre.

She said that people came from Tola, Gorobi, and other neighbouring communities to Jereng to benefit from the free medical outreach where she appealed to the State Government to upgrade the health facility.

While calling on the inhabitants of Nassarawo-Jereng Ward and the whole of Adamawa South Senatorial District to come out in large number during elections to vote for Senator Binos Yaroe and other PDP candidates, Audu was optimistic that the free medical outreach would go a long way in enhancing the health status of residents in the surrounding communities.

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