About 2000 Patients Benefits from the free Medical Outreach of Pressure Group

Progress report of the 10,000 patients free medical outreach by the Plateau Central Youth Advocacy for Democracy and Good Governance ( PLACEYADAGG), held on 30th – 31st July, 2021, in Bokkos L.G.A. of Plateau StateRecall that the above mentioned youth group had on the 17th day of July, 2021 announced to the general public via its official social media handles of its plan to embark on a free medical outreach which will cater for at least 10,000 patients across the five local government areas of the Plateau Central Senatorial District. This initiative, according to the pressure group was aimed at giving medical assistance to sick persons within the zone who cannot afford good medical care due to the poor socio economic condition of the average rural dueler in the state. In fulfilment of its plan and promise to the people, PLACEYADAGG arrived at Bokkos LGA on 30th July, 2021, and was warmly received by the Acting Saf Ron Kulere, HRH Saf.


Lawrence Ayinzat represented by Saf Bokkos Dah.Monday Adanchin, his entourage as well as the good, peaceful and loving people of the LGA. Being the first LGA to benefit from the humanitarian service of the group, the people came out en-mass and were attended to by the group’s professional medical team.Speaking on the progress of the maiden outreach, the Chaiman of the organisation, Bldr Kwarsen Andokplang Gideon has this to say:”Today, here at Pilot Primary School, Bokkos, PLACEYADAGG was able to attend to the medical needs of 1,171 patients. This was made possible through the grace of God and through the generous support of many patriotic indigens of Plateau State. We wish to thank God for such a great privilege to serve humanity in our own little way. We also wish to thank you all for conducting yourselves in an orderly manner. Your cooperation and belief in us made this exercise successful.

Our prayer is that the Lord will not just cure you but will heal you to the glory of his name.”He went further to add that “we, the entire members of PLACEYADAGG are in deed very elated that we were able to put a smile up on the faces of our people and reignite their hope once again in the face of the glaring hopelessness that is known to the common man. By the grace of God, we shall do more, as our target is to touch the lives of at least 10,000 patients, that is at least 2,000 patients in each of the five LGAs of Plateau Central Senatorial District.”In continuation of the outreach, the chairman said that the date as well as the next LGA to be visited will soon be announced to the public through its publicity paraphernalia, urging the people to keep hope alive and to always vote for leaders that know exactly what good leadership entails and are equally capable of delivering quality representation without compromise of any sort, “Corruption will not be the end of this nation… Insurgency will not consume this nation… Our present economic downturn will not mark our end as a nation… Believe you me, there is hope for Nigeria and there is hope for Plateau State.

It is left for us to do our part by ensuring that we bring the right leaders into power. With good leadership in Nigeria, in Plateau State and in Plateau Central, all this hardship will become a thing of the past. I urge you all to keep hope alive!”In conclusion, the chairman beseeched the prayers of the people as the group continues to trust God for sponsorship to be able to deliver on its mision of making governance meaningful to the masses. “Thank you, and God bless Plateau Central Senatorial District; God bless Plateau State, and God bless Nigeria our country”.Signed,Bldr Kwarsen Andokplang GideonChairman, PLACEYADAGG

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About 2000 Patients Benefits from the free Medical Outreach of Pressure Group

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