AbdulWahid Islamic Foundation (AIFO) organised her 8th annual free medical outreach programme as part of her annual Ramadan programme to emphasize importance of health services to the Ikosi-Ketu communities.
According to the Secretary of the Foundation, Mr. AbdRazaq Aderibigbe, the programme also featured checking of height and weight for BMI, blood pressure and sugar test and consultation with the specialist which was followed by prescription and donation of drugs where applicable.
Chief Imam Zakariya Sadallah, Irewolede Jamaat Mosque, Ikosi International Market was pleased with the services and drugs given saying the diagnosis were in order. He said “We thank the organisers, providers and sponsors of this programme for the medical support, consultancy and drugs offered for free considering the fact that majority of the traders hardly go for medical checkup but the diagnosis were in order. We are very grateful.”
Imam Maruf Olawale, another leading cleric in the league of Imams for the communities also commented about the programme appreciating the organisers and sponsors AIFO, Hon. Dayo Bush and Hon. Samuel Adebayo for their kind gesture towards the health of the traders and community members and also wishing another one would be held soon for more members to enjoy the benefits of the medical outreach.
The programme was organised by the foundation in collaboration with Hon. Dayo Bush Alebiosu and supported by Drugfield Pharmaceuticals Limited and Hon. Samuel Adebayo of Succour Foundation. It was held at Market Hall Ikosi International Market, Ketu, Lagos.