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60 YEARS OLD HERNIA PATIENT, 5000 MORE BENEFIT FROM SENATOR BINOS FREE MEDICAL OUTREACH

A 60 years old Hernia patient was among the over 5000 patients who benefited from the 2nd phase of the Free Medical Outreach sponsored by the Senator representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial Zone Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe in Ganye Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

The 3 days Medical Outreach which took place at the General Hospital Ganye took car of medical consultations and treatment, General surgeries, Dental care, Optometric services, Laboratory services and Counseling to people from all walks of life.

Speaking at the end of the 3 days exercise the Federal Lawmaker explained that the free medical care was necessitated by the need for the intervention to be taken to other parts of the southern zone for more people to benefit after the maiden intervention in Demsa. 

The senator mentioned a peculiar case of a woman who had persistent termination of pregnancy but was operated upon.

He stated that after the operation performed by his team of doctors, the woman gave birth to a healthy baby girl, stated that it is enough justification for the free medical care.

The lawmaker also narrated that  it was easier and reasonable for him to provide adequate free health care service to thousands than to provide individual empowerment; added that it is actual empowerment.

In his own remarks, Dr. Jama Medan said a total of 50 medical personnel participated in the medical outreach, pointed out that the exercise was a huge success; as they attended to various illness like Optic, Dental as well as other major surgeries.

The Principal Medical Officer (PMO) General Hospital Ganye Dr. Nnebue Chinedu said the hospital which is the oldest in the area receives patients from neighboring local government areas even patients from Cameroon Republic. 

While describing the intervention as timely, he pointed out that the people usually access medical attention after harvest and festive periods.

The Medical Practitioner enumerated some of the challenges been faced by the hospital to which include epileptic power supply, inadequate staff strength and equipments which will help them in rendering services to patients.

Some of the beneficiaries who spoke to newsmen commended Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe for such an initiative.

Hureira Yuguda couldn’t hide her joy and was grateful to the Senator that relieved her of persistent stomach ache through surgery. 

She appreciated Senator Binos for providing free medical care, stated that it had brought relief to the poor and elderly considering how much they would have spent to meet their health needs.

Another benefactor, Robinson Augustine said people of the area are delighted that they have benefitted from the outreach considering the economic hardship currently experienced by the people of the area. 

“Thousands of people came for the outreach, may of us are farmers in this chiefdom and can’t afford to treat their illness but because of this intervention we were able to see doctors and even given drugs” he said

While assuring the Senator of heir unalloyed support and cooperation, he explained that it is the kind of intervention they desire from their leaders where many will be able to access free medical health care service.

Some of those who had major surgery included 60yrs old Halilu Aliyu who had hyena for over 10 years and was operated upon.  

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FINTIRI SHOWERS SEN. BINOS WITH ENCOMIUMS, SAYS ADMINISTRATION PRIORITIZES HEALTH SECTOR

Daniel Tabiyatiya

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State has challenged political office holders in the state to emulate Sen. Binos Yaroe by engaging in people’s oriented programme that will have a direct impact on the lives of the people.

The Governor threw the challenge while fielding questions from journalists after going round Ganye General Hospital, venue of the free medical outreach sponsored by the Senator representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial Zone.

Sen. Binos Yaroe taking Governor Fintiri round

While passing a high encomium on the lawmaker for his foresight for organizing a yearly free medical outreach to people of his constituency, disclosed that his administration has made the Health sector one if it’s top priorities.

In line with the adage “Health is Wealth” Governor Fintiri revealed that plan is in the pipeline to deploy medical equipments in an effort to make the hospital a referral center.

He said that the Health Sector which is one of the critical sectors will be revived, as such his administration Will make Ganye General Hospital working again due to it’s role in providing quality healthcare services to the people of the chiefdom.

Governor Fintiri used the medium to reveal his administration’s plan of renovating and upgrading other hospitals in the state, stock it with state-of-act facilities and to also provide qualified medical workers that will take care of the health needs of the people.

He finally urged political office holders to engage in human capital development programs for the overall interest of the people.

Following the success of the maiden Free Medical Outreach in Demsa last year, Senator Binos Yaroe who promised constituents of the yearly programme flagged off a 3 days Medical outreach for his constituents to access free medical diagnosis and treatments in Ganye.

The free medical outreach at Ganye General hospital is expected to cover more than the 8000 beneficiaries in Demsa, the screening of various ailments which includes HIV, Hepatitis a/b, tuberculosis, diabetes, terminal illness, eye problem, minor surgery, and dental issue.

At the flagging off exercise, Sen. Binos explained that as a legislator, he remains resolute and committed to serve his constituents.

While promising the good people of Southern Senatorial Zone that more projects are on the way, he explained that scholarships and empowerment programmes are in the pipeline.

He called on them to remain resolute, as he will provide dividends of democracy to all nooks and crannies of the zone.

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ADAMAWA SENATOR UNFOLDS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR CONSTITUENTS

The Senator representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial Zone Sen. Binos Yaroe has disclosed that very soon, people of his zone will soon have a cause to smile as plans are underway to roll out a scholarship scheme for tertiary institution students in his senatorial district. 

The Senator made the disclosure when he received the leadership of the Youth Wing of Bwatiye Community Development Association Abuja Chapter on a solidarity visit at his office.

While assuring the group that he is working round the clock to introduce ‘skills acquisition training’ to boost self-employment among the youths, a ‘scholarship scheme’ will soon be introduced so as to address the educational needs of the constituents. 

He mentioned that the role of the youths in nation building is enormous and as such, they should be accorded the right ingredients to succeed. 

“The youths are the leaders of tomorrow, in fact they are the leaders of today because they are currently the majority in the country, I’m not helping them by introducing the skills acquisition training or even with the scholarship, that’s what they voted me for, to work for them and I will continue to do just that for as long as possible” he stressed. 

He equally pledged to use his influence as a Member, Senate Committee on ‘Solid Minerals Development’, and include the exploration of the ‘much talked about’ Guyuk Cement Factory in the 2020 fiscal budget. 

The Chairman of the group who led the delegation , Mr Lofty Tahula congratulated the Legislator on his well deserved election to the Red Chamber, and subsequent victory at the tribunal and appeal courts. 

While commending the legislator for the laudable people- oriented programmes he has initiated so far, they have no doubt that he will take the constituency to the Promised Land before the end of his first tenure. 

He also lauded the Senator for initiating the free medical services months back, stated that the project has helped changed the lives of citizens in the constituency. Mr. Lofty the I used the opportunity to plead with the Senator to influence ‘federal projects’ like schools and industries to Numan Federation and indeed the Southern zone, to ameliorate youth restiveness in the society.