Gov Adeleke’s Imole free medical, surgical outreach is second to non – UNIOSUN CMD
The free medical and surgical outreach, provided by Senator Ademola Adeleke’s administration, is organized for the benefit of the people of Osun State, irrespective of their tribe or social status
The Chief Medical Director, UNIOSUN Teaching Hospital, Professor Peter Olaitan, stated this while speaking on IMOLE AYO, a Yoruba sensitization programme, promoting the activities of Governor Ademola Adeleke’s administration on OSBC Radio and Television channels
The weekly simulcast programme is put in place by the office of the spokesperson to governor, Mallam Olawale Rasheed to showcase the achievements of Governor Ademola Adeleke’s administration in Osun state
According to Professor Olaitan, no fewer than twenty two thousand patients suffering from one ailment or the other benefitted from the first round of Imole free medical/surgical outreach provided by the governor Adeleke’s administration early this year
Describing the scheme as second to non, Prof Olaitan commended governor Ademola Adeleke for providing a life saving initiative for residents of Osun State, adding that people from neighbouring states have also benefitted from the exercise
He added that the second round of the medical intervention exercise which is ongoing, has taken the team to five major cities selected for the programme, while the exercise will be rounded off between Wednesday and Thursday at the State Specialist Hospital, Asubiaro, Osogbo .
Professor Olaitan, who is the chairman of the committee in charge of the free medical and surgical outreach, enjoined the people who need medical attention to go to the state specialist hospital, Asubiaro Osogbo on Monday and Tuesday for registration while medical personnel will attend to them on Wednesday and Thursday.
It would be recalled that the medical and surgical outreach, provided by the present administration in Osun State, for the people across the nine federal constituencies of the State, was flagged off in February, in Iwo, by Governor Ademola Adeleke who also flagged off the second round of the exercise last month in Ilesa.