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Super Eagles star, Moffi bankrolls medical outreach

Super Eagles’ striker,Terem Moffi, an indigene of Ogoja in northern Cross River State, has sponsored an elaborate medical outreach in Ishibori  Town Hall, in his…

Super Eagles’ striker,Terem Moffi, an indigene of Ogoja in northern Cross River State, has sponsored an elaborate medical outreach in Ishibori  Town Hall, in his community.

The OGC Nice forward said he funded the project in memory of his late grandfather, Chief Alada Moffi.

He also said he was happy to fund it as a way of giving back to the society, adding that it will be a regular feature.

About 1,000 persons were screened, referred and treated.

A family member, Dr Ikani Wogar said, “This humanitarian gesture is part of initiatives earmarked to be undertaken by our illustrious son as a way of giving back to the society, beginning from his immediate community, Ogoja.

“This medical outreach is going to be a regular stuff and is meant to compliment government efforts in providing quality and free health care services to our people”

An opinion leader in Ogoja, Paul Ishabor Esq commended the Super Eagles star for his humane posture.

He noted that the outreach would afford members of his community access to free and qualitative health care.

“I am personally delighted to witness this gesture from our very own soccer star. Our prayer is that God will uphold him and propel him to greater heights”

Moffi was the last addition to the Super Eagles squad that finished second at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cote d’Ivoire.

He scored one of the penalties in the semi-final victory against arch rivals, the Bafana Bafana of South Africa.

 

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