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Home Health Mustapha Inuwa sponsors free medical care to 350 patients in Danmusa 
Mustapha Inuwa sponsors free medical care to 350 patients in Danmusa 

Mustapha Inuwa sponsors free medical care to 350 patients in Danmusa 


Over 350 people with various hearing ailments would receive free medicare in Danmusa Local Government Area of Katsina State.

This is contained in a statement signed by Signed Abdullahi Aliyu Yar’adua. Director Press to Secretary to the Government of the State.

The free medical services being privately sponsored by the Secretary to the Government of Katsina State, Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa was flagged off today at the General Hospital, Danmusa by the District Head of Danmusa, Alhaji Darda’u Muazu Abubakar. Addressing the patients before the flag off, the SGS said the exercise was aimed at assisting people with hearing problems especially the less privileged.

Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa represented by the Director Press SGS office, Abdullahi Aliyu Yar’adua, said that ENT specialists were engaged to attend to people with different hearing ailments across the LGA.

He said all patients under the programme irrespective of party affiliation would be treated free of charge and therefore charged them to cooperate with the medical team and coordinators of the programme .

The SGS seized the opportunity to caution people to avoid sleeping in unventilated rooms during the current hot clamatic condition in the area.

Flagging off the exercise, the District Head of Danmusa, Alhaji Darda’u Muazu Abubakar thanked Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa for the gesture.

He recalled that similar exercice to eye patients was also sponsored by the SGS as a result of which, many patients regained their sight.

Earlier, the Chairman APC, Danmusa LG, Alhaji Aminu Sani appreciated Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa’s  philanthropy saying that the gesture would greatly touch the hearts of the masses.

Alhaji Aminu explained that the patients who were coming from all the 11 wards of the LGA were grouped into three and each would see the doctors on a separate date already set aside.

In his remarks, the leader of the medical team, Dr Suleiman Abdulmajid said that those patients with minor cases would be treated at once and be given drugs, but there were others who would have to undergo some surgical operations which will take stages, under the Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa Free Medicare programme. This exercise would last for three days.


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