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Beneficiaries of Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation’s Free Medical Outreach Express Gratitude, Appreciation To Organisers

Beneficiaries of Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation’s Free Medical Outreach Express Gratitude, Appreciation To Organisers


Daberechukwu Egbo, Enugu

The aftermath of the extensive free Enugu Mega Medical Outreach organised by Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation, PBIF, on Tuesday, 12th Dec 2023, at Michael Okpara Square has left a profound lasting effect on lives and wellbeing of the beneficiaries.


Recall that the Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation recently provided essential medical and healthcare services to the people of Enugu State under the direct supervision, commendation and encouragement of Enugu State Ministry of Health led by the Special Adviser to Enugu State Governor on health matters, Dr Yomi Jaye.

Pacesetter also highlighted the range of medical and healthcare services rendered to the beneficiaries, which include: assessment of vital signs, performance of diagnostic lab tests, eye vision screening and enhancement with the free presbyopic reading lens/glasses distributed to the aged and elderly, ear check ups and assessment, physiotherapy sessions, dental check ups and services, as well as dispensation of free medication from the pharmacy department.

The medical outreach which was a transformative initiative and a selfless service to humanity made positive impacts on the lives of the beneficiaries as they narrated their experiences and shared heartfelt testimonies while speaking with Pacesetter’s Correspondents.


One of the beneficiaries, Mrs Onu Ijeoma Helen, who came for eye treatment and general body checkup, expressed heartfelt gratitude to PBIF and the medical professionals, noting how dedicated and committed they are while attending to her and other patients.

“This is great, the organizers are wonderful, they’re doing a really good job. They’re just attending to everybody with humility and dedication, even the little children, the elderly ones and the youths. I like the way the medical professionals are adressing the health issues here.”

She said words of prayers for PBIF and implored the public to partake in such wonderful program to save lives. She stated her willingness to be a part of the organisation to save lives.

Another beneficiary, Mr Ibe Osonwa, who was there for the eye problem, waist pain and arthritis expressed immense happiness and appreciation for the opportunity to benefit from the outreach.


“I heard about this program from my wife, I was happy to come and receive free medication for my ailments.

“I received physical therapy massage and treatment for my waist pain and back pain, I feel alot better now, my muscles feel stronger right now. I also recieve drugs and a presbyopic lens for my eyes.

“By God’s grace I believe I’ll get completely healed when I take the medications from the pharmacy department.”


A  young nursing mother, Ms. Favour Edeh, who brought her sick little boy, while speaking with Pacesetter, recounted her experience.

“I came here from Amurri in Nkanu West Local Government Area, because of my son, Emmanuel David Edeh. He’s been ill for quite some time now and we don’t know what the health issue is. In the cause of looking for a health solution, someone informed me about the program.

“The doctors have done a medical assessment of my son’s health situation. They administered some medication to him and they referred him to Parklane Teaching Hospital for immediate intensive medical service.

“They’ve collected our data and personal details and they’re arranging an ambulance for emergency transport to Parklane Hospital at the moment”, she said.

Mr Ifesinachi Madubuko, a member of the Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation further emphasized on the organisation’s willingness and commitment to positively impact lives and help people.

“Ab initio we do this every year, it has been part of our program, but this year we decided to step it up a notch and organise a grand outreach for the people of Enugu.

“We organised and rendered these medical services at Achi, Afikpo, Oji River, Ezeagu and many other communities”.

He stated that the organisation and its members derived joy from helping people.

“We’re happy to be participants, we’re happy to be doing this once again, God has given us the strength, energy, resources and supplications that we need to continue pushing this event forward to greater heights.”

He also beseeched the members, volunteers and the public to keep up the good work and spread the word about PBIF’s humanitarian services.

“The outreach is for everyone, there’s no limitation. Tell your loved ones and friends about Paul Basil Iloegbouba Foundation, let them be partakers and God shall bless you for participating and refering people

“We’re grateful to our partnes. We’re also grateful to Pacesetter Frontier Magazine and other media collaborators like Afia TV, NTA, all the organisations and groups that have come here to ensure the program is a reality.”


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