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Free Medical Services for Ikale Indigenes in Abuja as Barr. Idepefo host IPA on Sunday

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Ikale Progressive Association Abuja to give free medication and treatments to the Ikale indigenes in Abuja on Sunday.

The Free Medical Services  for Ikale Indigenes in Abuja was revealed in a Press Statement by the Social Secretary of the association, Mr. Oluwasegun Michael Ogunleye and made available to our correspondent in Abuja yesterday.

Mr. Ogunleye said, “ The regular monthly meeting of Ikale indigenes living in Abuja has impacted positively in the lives of all members. The meetings have witnessed great contributions from prominent sons and daughters of the Ikale enclave. Imbued with heavy refreshments, eye-opening lectures, and entertainments of all sorts and under the enviable leadership of Barr. Akin Arikawe (OON) and Dr Kayode Ogungbemi (Ph.d).

“This October’s meeting scheduled to be hosted by Barr. Festus Idepefo at Apo-Gudu promises to be a lifetime free medical services for Ikale indigenes in Abuja as Barr. Kayode Idepefo host Ikale meeting on 4th Oct. 2020,”

“The meeting is aimed at medically attending to all Ikale sons and daughters including their family members and in this way saving them the cost of medical bills in the hospitals,” he said.

Ikale Voice can authoritatively confirm that for the past four years, Barr. Idepefo has been giving free medical tests and treatments to indigenes of Ikale in Abuja and its environs.

According to Ogunleye, “The meeting also affords a glorious opportunity to meet  in persons the, “Who is Who” of Ikale enclaves in Abuja, who ordinarily, due to very tight business and career schedules may not be seen for a whole year.”

It is believed that this meeting which would be commencing at 2.00pm will go a long way to correcting many medical, social as well as psychological issues affecting lives and families, and thus enhancing long life that our God destined us for.

To attend this meeting and free medical treatment and medications, contact: 08034756501

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