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Lagos Lawmaker Supports Healthcare With Drugs For 600,000 Children

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A member of Lagos State House of Assembly, Prince Adebisi Yusuff on Tuesday donated immunisation drugs for 600, 000 children in the state. The lawmaker, who made the donation through his Foundation- ‘Prince Hope Turns to Reality’ in collaboration with Vitamin Angels, a US-based organisation, said he was concerned about quality healthcare of the people.

Vitamin Angels, a US-based organisation, said he was concerned about quality healthcare of the people. Yusuff, representing Alimosho Constituency I at the Assembly donated 1, 200 bottles of chewable Albendazole (400MG) containing 1000 tablets each. A total of 1, 200, 000 doses for Children under ages five were given to the Lagos State Ministry of Health.

Yusuff explained at the official donation of the drugs that children remained the hope of the society and that their healthcare should be the priority of all. “We should do everything for our children. This is the third edition of the donation and it is for the children of Lagos State.” he said. According  to him “Drugs for pregnant women are coming. Last year, we carried out 400 major surgical operations free of charge and we shall do it again this year,”



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