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Hon. Nwabuisi Visits Damaged Primary Healthcare Centre at Usaka Ukwu.

Hon. Stanley Nwabuisi visited the Usaka Ukwu community to see and evaluate the level of damage done to the Primary Healthcare Centre in the Community by fire.

Hon. Nwabuisi was accompanied by the Executive Secretary of Abia State Primary HealthCare Development Agency, Dr. Chigozie Adindu, the Health Authority Secretary of Ikwuano, and the Councillor representing Oboro Ward2, Pastor Daniel Awa, who is the Health Committee Chairman in the Ikwuano Legislative Council.

Hon. Nwabuisi lamented based on the level of damage at the health Care Center done by fire.

He said It is quite unfortunate that a person or group of persons will sabotage the only health facility in a Community.

Hon. Nwabuisi charged the Community Chiefs, youths, and elders to take ownership of facilities in their Community while he make efforts to restore the Health Centre to begin operations.

He assured the people that as their representatives, he shall continue to do his best to provide the necessities towards achieving the development of their communities.

Chinweuba Anyaragbuhttps://cdanewsonline.com
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