The Medical Outreach of Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial District in the National Assembly has reached out to no fewer than 21, 000 patients in Numan Local Government area of the zone.
Yaroe’s 5th medical outreach on Tuesday was in Yola to extend his human development representation by ensuring total health to his constituents.
He said that the free services were conducted in Demsa, Ganye, Guyuk, Mayo-Belwa, and now in Numan targeting no fewer than 5, 000 patients.
“We thank God for making it possible to start our medical outreach in Numan because health is my number one priority as an area of intervention.
“I have the intention of going round all the local governments in the senatorial district. Today, we are in Numan for the 5th outreach and next, we will be in Toungo”, he said.
He urged the residents to take advantage of the outreach, adding that the health needs of the people were his priority.
The leader of the medical team, Dr Dah Talemoh, who spoke through Mr Jama Medan, an anesthetist, said the previous exercises were successful.
He promised that his team would provide effective services to the patients.
According to him, the predominant case recorded and treated by his team during the previous exercises includes hernia, cataracts, and surgeries.
He added that no less than 5,000 medical glasses were distributed free.
One of the beneficiaries, Mrs. Merry Daniel, 73, commended the Senator for the service and urged other political office holders to emulate his gesture.