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December 12 Free Medical Outreach: Why I began the Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation – Iloegbouba

December 12 Free Medical Outreach: Why I began the Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation – Iloegbouba


Chetanne Chinelo, Enugu

The Founder/CEO of a reputable non-governmental organisation, the Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation, PBIF, Engr. Pastor Paul Basil Iloegbouba and wife, Paul Favour Chinelo have stated that they began the Foundation to cater for the needs of the avalanche of less privileged people in the society.


Iloegbouba made this known while speaking to Pacesetter during a media tour to kick off the 15th Enugu Free Mega Medical Outreach scheduled to hold tomorrow, Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at the popular Michael Okpara Square, Independence Layout, Enugu, by 7am.

According to Iloegbouba, “We were moved to start the Paul Basil Iloegbouba foundation when we saw many young people who were struggling to make a living.

“We started with empowering the people in different communities through training them and empowering them financially. On the course of doing this and after a while, we noticed the medical needs in our society for many who could not afford to pay hospital bills.


“My wife and I, through the help of God decided to expand the horizon of our philanthropy to cover medical needs and that was how we began the Free Medical Outreach, moving from one community to another and from one state to another”.

When asked how he could fund these charitable projects especially with the current economic realities in the country, the Assistant Pastor Dunamis International Gospel Center Enugu Central, said it was through his Real Estate company, Horizontal City Property Developers Limited and the kind donation of individuals and other corporate bodies.

While asking good spirited Nigerians to support the foundation, he noted that “Our future plan is to train as many as we can and give the people the future they deserve in conjunction with giving free medical treatment to the people who can’t afford hospital bills”.

The 15th Enugu Free Mega Medical Outreach team will comprise of 60 Doctors, 20 Nurses, 20 Pharmacists, 10 Physiotherapists, 10 Dentists, 10 Surgeons, 10 Ophthalmologists and 10 Optometrists.


The team of medical experts totaling about 150 persons will examine beneficiaries in the areas of dentistry, optometry, physiotherapy, ophthalmology, health education, surgical operations and different medical laboratory tests, while further conducting physical fitness/sports.

“Even if you do not need it (the free medical examination), you can inform someone in your extended family, church, place of work or neighborhood to be present. Drugs and other medical supplies will be given free of charge”, Iloegbouba adds.


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