By Adams Akorede
With the fresh window of campaign opportunities opened by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for Presidential and National Assembly candidates, Prince Musiliudeen Olaide Akinremi (Jagaban) will tomorrow, Wednesday commence continuous free medical treatments for people of Ibadan North federal constituency.
The Oopoyeosa-born millionaire businessman, said the continuous health care mission which will outlive this year’s general elections, is in furtherance of his philanthropic mission to lift the people out of poverty, want and deprivation.
Akinremi Jagaban, who had trained and equipped about 5, 000 youth and women in vocational skills at his Prince Akinremi Foundation (PAF) centre, Yemetu, Ibadan, said “since health is wealth, it behoves on those blessed by God, to take care of the health care needs of others, for the society to be a better place for all to live”.
Akinremi Jagaban listed the areas where a UCH doctor and other health care givers, will be taking care of the needs of the people to include; hernia (IPA); Hydrocele (Omi Inu epon); Fibroids (Iju); lipoma (koko oyan Tabi ibikibi ni ara) like breast lump or lump anywhere in d body; Appendicitis; Typhoid and Malaria.
He said a medical consultant with medical centre ‘Skyline specialist Hospital’, located at No7, Adewakun street, off Abayomi bus stop, Iwo road , Ibadan, Oyo state, has been selected as the venue for the treatment.
It starts from 10am daily, Akinremi Jagaban added.