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Atlantic Hall School Initiates Medical Outreach To 2000 Residents of Eredo LCDA

As part of activities to commemorate its 30th Anniversary, Atlantic Hall School initiated a medical outreach to two thousand residents of Eredo Local Council Development Area of Lagos State.

Atlantic Hall Lagos. Photo: Legit.ng
Atlantic Hall Lagos. Photo: Legit.ng

Working in partnership with Emzor Pharmaceuticals and the Chike Okoli Foundation, Atlantic Hall’s medical outreach involved BMI, blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol tests.

The medics additionally provided free deworming, free drugs, and medical consultation to the young and the elderly.

The Chairman of Atlantic Hall Education Trust Council, Chief (Mrs.) Taiwo Taiwo, while speaking at the medical outreach, described the outreach as further expression of Atlantic Hall’s commitment to the socioeconomic wellbeing of residents of the area within the school operates and as token of the school’s appreciation for their support and hospitality as host community.

She took time to especially thank the partners of the outreach programme for their contributions to a noble cause.

Chief Waheed Odukoya, a beneficiary of the outreach, thanked the school for its kind attention to the elderly.

“I am an old man with limited means. They tested me and treated me. They also gave me medication to take care of my health. I am deeply grateful to the school,” Chief Odukoya stated.

The Executive Chairman of Eredo LCDA, Hon. Adeniyi Saliu, commended the school for always rising to the occasion and being socially responsible.

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