ISOMA OKOBAH’S HOSPITAL STILL OPEN FOR FREE HEALTH CARE

                Mrs.
Esther John thanked Dr. Mrs. Okobah for the free health care centre.  According to her  since she started patronizing the hospital,
the centre has been opened both day and night. She urged Dr. Mrs. Okobah not to
relent as heaven will reward her for the efforts she is making towards the
development of humanity.

                On her
part, Mrs. Joan Okoh commended Dr. Mrs. 
Okobah for maintaining the free health care centre as promised, saying
that her contribution to the development of the health sector in Delta State is
overwhelming, as the people are proud of what she is doing for Delta Stat. She
noted that if kind hearted individuals help the less privileged in the society,
the burden of government will reduce. She encouraged people who can find their
way to the health centre, to come as treatment is free. She prayed that God
will continue to prosper, guide and protect Isioma Okobah’s family.

                Mr.
Chinedu Azubuike, described the centre as a wonderful place. He added that the
benefits at the centre cannot be overemphasized.

                On her
part,  Mrs. Uche Elizabeth from Owa Ofie,
expressed joy saying that Dr. Isioma Okobah is a true Deltan who seeks for the
well-being of her people, and also thanked the resident doctor for abiding to
the instructions as directed by the director.

                Other
beneficiaries, Mrs. Loveth Jude, Juliet Okafor, 
Okoh Angela, Johnbull Chuks and many others who spoke to Ika Weekly
correspondent expressed happiness and also thanked Stephen Uche Memoral
Hospital for the help it has rendered to the masses, they all prayed for financial
increase for the Isioma Okobah foundation.

                The
resident doctor, Dr. Asogwa Christopher, while speaking with newsmen noted that
the hospital is open twenty-four (24) hours for patients in Igbodo and other
neigbouring communities. He said that treatment is free, as he urged Ika people
to capitalize on the provision made available by the philanthropist, Dr. Isioma
Okobah, in ensuring that they come for treatment whenever the need arise.        

 

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