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Adamawa : Over 500 Constituents benefit Senator Binos’s Free Medical Outreach in Kiri,other villages 

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From Umar Dankano,Yola.

The villagers of Kiri community and other neighbourhoods in Toungo local government area of Adamawa state have expressed gratitude to Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe for the free medical treatment accorded to them.

On Wednesday, the Kiri people played host to the wheel clinic where they were treated from all manner of diseases and ailments including surgeries in which they told the senator of not regretting voting for him back in the just concluded presidential and National Assembly elections held on the 25th Febuary 2023.

In his remarks at the exercise,Vice Chairman of Tougo local government area,Hon.Julius Kadama while monitoring the exercise said the intervention was undertaken at the right time when the economic realities are no longer hidden.

Hon,Kadama explained that the turnout by the constituents speaks volume on the acceptability of the programme by all which indicates the federal lawmaker is so dear to them due to his concerns at all times.

Speaking also,the PDP candidate vying for Member in the State House of Assembly representing Toungo Constituency, Hon. Kefas Calvin, couldn’t hide his joy, thanked Senator Binos for reaching out to the people in his domain.

Calvin call on the people of Kiri and Toungo LGA as a whole to come out massively on 18th March 2023 to re-elect Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri and himself for more dividends of democracy assuring that voting for them will bring more goodies to the community and state at large.

Earlier the Leader of the Medical Team, Dr Jama Medan, disclosed that 506 had benefitted from the outreach at Kiri, noting that over 10 surgeries were successfully conducted.

Dr Jama, who was impressed with the conduct of the medical personnel, said that the success of the exercise was as a result of the professional touch of the medical experts.

He however called on the inhabitants of Kiri to always report to any health facility any case of illness for medical attention with a view to keep healthy.

“The inhabitants of Kiri, who trooped in large numbers to Kiri Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC), received free medical services ranging from surgeries, USS (scan), laboratory test, medications, medical consultations among others.

“This kind gesture by Senator Binos Is one of its kinds (intervention) for the people of Kiri, which will enhance their wellbeing as smiles were placed on their faces for reaping the dividends of democracy and tasting the sweet fruits of good governance and representation”.Jama advanced.

A beneficiary of the exercise,Mal. Ahmed Farouk who was successfully operated said that he was suffering from hyenia for two years with no money to go to hospital for treatment, but here he found himself being treated free-of-charge; courtesy of Senator Binos Yaroe.

“They did the surgery free for me, I did not pay any kobo. I want to use this opportunity to thank Senator Binos for coming for my rescue. May God grant him the desires of his heart”.Faruq stated.

Another five-year-old Elisha Thomas had been suffering from birth with a strange disease, but the Binos Medical Team had succeeded in making the lucky boy healthy after a successful surgery on his private part.

His mother, Mrs Elisabatu Thomas, told newsmen that Elisha suffered with the illness from birth, but she could not believe her eyes that her son was a free child.

In her words, “I lack words to thank Senator Binos for the joy he has brought to my family. My son is now healthy. I want to assure Senator Binos that our votes in Kiri is for the PDP, Governor Fintiri and Hon. Kefas Calvin on Saturday, 18th March 2023”.

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