Army Offers Free Medical Services to Kogi Communities

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The Nigerian Army has provided free medical services to the people of Eika-Ohizenyi in Okehi Local Government Area of Kogi state.

Speaking at the event, the Chief of Army Staff Farouk Yahaya, said the medical outreach was carefully planned to cater for the identified common health challenges of the indigenes in the communities.

According to him, this would enhance the existing cordial relationship and boost the support the Nigerian Army had enjoyed from the people.

The COAS noted that the free medical outreach was in continuation of exercise Enduring Peace II, recently inaugurated by the Nigerian Army.

Written by: Helen Obih

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