Hundreds of women and children, on Monday, received free medical treatment from the Concerned Jos Youth Association (COJOYA), in Bul-hula community of Jos North LGA of Plateau State.
The beneficiaries underwent several medical tests before being given treatment.
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The COJOYA chairman, Barr. Buhari Shehu, said they deemed it necessary to conduct end-of-year free medical outreach that targeted vulnerable communities in Jos North.