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Gburugburu Free Medical Surgery: Uzo-Uwani Council Chairman Pays Courtesy Visit to Chief Julius Ajogwu Memorial Hospital


...Distributes food items, Cash to Nursing Trainees, Patients, Staff

By Oscar Ayogu

In a commendable display of support and encouragement, Hon. Chukwudi Nnadozie paid an unannounced visit to the Chief Julius Ajogwu Memorial Hospital in Nsukka. The purpose of this visit was to extend his appreciation to the hospital's management, under the leadership of Dr. George Ajogwu. Dr. Ajogwu has been a pivotal figure in advancing healthcare services within the Uzo-Uwani local government. Notably, this includes the provision of Gburugburu-free medical surgery as well as the comprehensive training of indigenous nurses hailing from Uzo-Uwani, among other initiatives.

During this visit, Hon. Chukwudi Nnadozie emphasised the importance of seizing the opportunities presented to Uzo-Uwani indigenous nurses. He encouraged them to approach their training with the utmost seriousness, recognising that this experience is a unique platform for personal growth and an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the welfare of the entire local government.

In his words, "Dr. George has provided you with a valuable platform for personal and community development. It is imperative that you make the most of this opportunity and, in turn, become valuable assets to the entire local government." As a token of his appreciation, Hon. Chukwudi Nnadozie presented the hospital management with essential food items and a monetary contribution, symbolising his support for these commendable initiatives.

It is noteworthy that earlier this year, Dr. George Ajogwu initiated the recruitment and training of over 30 nurses from across the 16 wards of Uzo-Uwani. This undertaking included the provision of free accommodation, sustenance, and rigorous medical training.

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