Demsa medical outreach; We’re with you in prayers, Bishop Panti Filibus tells Sen. Yaroe

The Archbishop of the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria and president of the Lutheran World Federation, Musa Panti Filibus has showered encomiums on the senator representing Adamawa south senatorial zone, Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe for yet conducting another medical outreach to cater for the health needs of indigent patients in Demsa Local Government.

The cleric made the commendation during the flag-off of the second medical outreach in the local government by senator Yaroe at the LCCN missionary hospital, Demsa on Monday.

Over 90,000 indigent patients have so far benefitted from the various medical outreaches which the senator organized since his election in 2019.

According to the Archbishop, the two medical outreaches the senator so far conducted in the hospital have touched the lives of the masses in no small way noting that as religious leaders they are happy with what the senator is doing and will continue to pray for the success of the exercise.

He noted that although the facility is a missionary hospital, it is available to all and sundry irrespective of religious or any other inclination as the major purpose of building the hospital is to serve humanity.

The cleric enjoined the staff of the hospital to work seamlessly with the visiting consultants for the overall success of the exercise just as he gave the senator a tap on the back for his humanitarian gestures.

Also speaking, the lead consultant,
Dr. Telemoh Dah noted that during the five day medical outreach, his team will provide free consultations, free medical tests, free eye glasses, free surgeries, free laboratory tests, free abdominal scans and free drugs amongst many other services.

He noted that consultants for the activity were drawn from 10 states across Nigeria who will diligently work throughout the five days earmarked for the exercise to cater for the health needs of the beneficiaries.

Dah urged the patients to exercise patience while awaiting the services as he assured all on ground that no one will be left behind.

Senator Yaroe who thanked Bishop Musa Panti Filibus for the cooperation he has been according the medical outreach noted that such cooperation has been instrumental to the successes recorded so far.

He noted that the first medical outreach he conducted in 2019 shortly after his election took place at the hospital noting that the success of the medical outreach served as a springboard for the successes of the subsequent ones.

“I must thank Archbishop Musa Panti Filibus for agreeing to come and to be a willing partner in this project. We performed our first medical outreach here in August 2019 and it was a huge success. That success serve as the springboard for the successes of subsequent medical outreaches,” he said.

Yaroe noted that every outreach amongst the past eleven medical outreaches he conducted has a peculiar story of how impactful it was to the beneficiaries adding that during the first medical outreach, the vision of a 24 year old young man, Edward who became blind at the age of three was restored.

He urged beneficiaries to exercise patience while waiting for their turn to be attended to just as he thanked Hama Bata and Adamawa State government for their unflinching corporation to the medical outreaches.

Speaking separately, PDP stakeholders from Adamawa southern senatorial zone including Abdulkarim Bakala, Hammanjoda Bashir, Wenekam Fwa all lauded the senator for his support to the people calling on of democracy to them come 2023 election.


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