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 All set for Mbaise USA Inc. 2019 Medical Mission; Six communities to benefit

Finishing touches are being put to arrangements for the Mbaise USA Inc. 2019 Medical Mission to Nigeria taking place from April 29th to May 4, 2019.

The front-line Medical Mission in Mbaise which is targeted at bringing medical succor to the aged and down trodden in the society will cover six communities in the three local government areas of Mbaise, namely Eziudo and Onicha in Ezinihitte Local Government Area; Ogbe and Obohia in Ahiazu Local Government Area, and Nguru Nweke and Nguru Nwenkwo in Aboh Local Government Area.

The people of these areas will receive quality free medical care in the areas of primary care (for all age groups); surgery, dental care, ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) services, HIV/AIDS screening and counselling, malaria testing and treatment, paediatrics and general medication.

The three local government areas of Mbaise will be visited as follows – Ezinihitte Mbaise (April 29th – 30th); Ahiazu Mbaise (May 1st – 2nd) and Aboh Mbaise (May 3rd – 4th).
Contact persons for the communities to be visited are Prince Richard Nwachukwu-Abii (Eziudo), Chidi Ahaghotu (Onicha); Charles Ugwuibe (Ogbe), Emeka Okoro (Obohia); Ezeji Alozie Aguwa (Nguru-Nweke) and Austin Iheagwara (Nguru-Nwenkwo).

The Medical Mission Planning Committee leadership is made up of Hon. John Nwokoroku (Chairman), Prince Richard Nwachukwu-Abii(Secretary General), Hon. Vincent Okoroha (Director of Logistics), Dr. Adanze Aguwa, Medical Director, Dr Emeka Onuoha, Deputy Medical Director, Christian Ahaghotu, Chief Pharmacist and Mrs Lovinna Anyanwu, Director of Nursing.

President of Mbaise USA is Chief SOS Echendu, and Sir Wilson Iwu is the Chairman, Board of Delegates Mbaise USA.

The Mission solicits volunteers and donations from public spirited individuals towards making their labor of love much more successful this year.

They require volunteer medical professionals, funds, medical supplies and medications, and are requesting communities to be reached by the Mission to contact health care providers from their communities to volunteer and support their selfless, not-for-profit effort.

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