From Victor Seyi, Ilorin
No fewer than 400 people have benefitted from the Waziri Sulu-Gambari Foundation (WSGF) free medical treatment aimed at improving the wellbeing of the less-privileged in Kwara State.
The foundation further promised to continue to bridge the wide gap that exists between the rich and the poor, promote peaceful co-existence and ideals to alleviate poverty among Nigerians.
Founder, WSGF, Dr. Waziri Sulu-Gambari stated this during the foundation’s annual free health care advocacy tagged: “Good Health Campaign 2015” in collaboration with JUHEL Pharmaceutical Nigeria limited held at the weekend.
Speaking with journalists at the Ajikobi Cottage Hospital, venue of the event, Dr. Sulu-Gambari encouraged the people of the Ilorin community especially the less privileged to use the opportunity to improve of their health conditions.
He noted that the foundation has succeeded in providing free medical treatment to over 400 people composed of the aged and pregnant women as well as newly born babies. This event was attended by over 400 people.
While commending the management of JUHEL Pharmaceutical for their continuous support, Sulu-Gambari also urged Kwarans to embrace the culture of selfless service and unity for the development of the state.