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Adeleke is providing Osun citizens with free medical treatments as a subsidy palliative

Aug 11, 2023 | Health | 0 comments

Ademola Adeleke, the governor of Osun, has started a free medical outreach program in the state as a palliative to lessen the impact of citizens’ high cost of living.

Jola Akintola, the state’s commissioner for health, said that the Imole Free Medical Outreach is a component of a welfare program for locals in response to the skyrocketing costs of goods, including medicines for patients, after the loss of the gasoline subsidy.

Ilesa, Ile-Ife, Ede, Iwo, Ila, and Osogbo will all be participating in the Imole Free Medical Outreach, according to Akintola.

The commissioner said that physicians, nurses, and chemists will be selected from the Osun State University Teaching Hospital in Osogbo and other medical facilities in the state.

He indicated that the state government would be funding general surgery, eye surgery, and general medical treatment as part of the medical outreach program.

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