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NNS Provides Free Medical Services To Residents In Rivers State

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As part of efforts to give back to its host community, the Nigerian Navy Shipyard (NNS) pathfinder has extended free medical services to residents of Mgbu-Edohia Community in Obio Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers state.

Over 300 men, women and children, including the elderly were seen at the venue of the exercise attended by the Naval medical staff.

Some of the free health services to the people include consultation and treatment, eye check with free glasses, basic laboratory investigation and immunisation.

The medical officer of the Naval Medical Centre, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Chijoke Ogu said the Navy is appreciative of the cooperation of the community.

“We are here today to interact and give back to the community, our host community. For over the years, they have harboured us, shown us hospitality, so today, we are here to appreciate the community.

“We have five doctors on ground who will attend to their vital signs, and take their samples to the lab for further investigation and treatment. We have a section for immunisation for children and eye care for the elderly”, he said.

The King of Mgbu-Odohia Community, Amadi-Ekwena, who also benefited from the eye check and free glasses service expressed gladness for the exercise.

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“On behalf of the entire Council of Chiefs of Mgbu-Odohia, one of the communities in Rumuelumeni, we are grateful for this programme, and we hope that it will continue, so you people can check on how we are doing.”

The Navy further said that the free medical service to the community and other communities will be an annual exercise.

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Niger State Ministry of Health Recruitment 2017 Application Guide

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Niger State Ministry of Health Recruitment 2017 – The Niger State Ministry of Health Minna, in partnership with Saving One Million Lives Programme for Result (SOML PforR) is currently recruiting for interested and qualified candidates to fill the vacant position below.

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Pandemonium In Port Harcourt Over Vaccination In Schools (Photos)

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Information reaching us now has it that many primary and secondary schools in Rivers state have been shutdown as parents and pupils were seen running over rumored monkey pox vaccine. At Community Secondary School Nkpolu, parents besieged the entrance and later invaded the premises taking their kids from the school.

According to reports, some soldiers are headed towards Rukpokwu for vaccination in school. There was confussion all over as parents/guardians scamper to collect their wards to avoid forced vaccination. This is the same in many other schools visited by our reporters

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3 People Quarantined As Monkeypox Hits Rivers State

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Fear has gripped residents of Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital as the new deadly disease, Monkeypox hits Rivers state.

Reports reaching us at Emmy Loaded, confirms that 3 suspected cases have been recorded already in Rivers state.

According to the commissioner of health in Rivers state, Princewill Chike, three suspected cases already. One is from the Rumuorlumeni area. We saw it and think it is not a serious matter so we have ruled it out.
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