No fewer than 500 residents of riverine communities in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State, on Wednesday, benefited from the second phase of the Ilaje Rural Development Advocacy Committee Initiative’s (IRDC) free medical outreach.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that residents of Awoye, Opoakaba and Molutehin communities and environs benefitted from the N7.5m medical outreach organised by IRDC and sponsored by NNPC/Chevron through a Global Memorandum of Understanding (GMoU).
The IRDC Chairman, Mr Adeyemi Abiye, said the outreach was a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by NNPC/Chevron to their host Ilaje communities aimed at engendering more cordial relationships and peaceful coexistence.
He commended the medical experts and the quality of drugs given to the beneficiaries. (NAN)