Nigeria Labour Congress, in
partnership with the Worldwide Labour Organisation, supplied free medical providers to residents of Ndakwo neighborhood, beside Sunny Vale, Abuja on Saturday.
The NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, advised newsmen that the essence of the outreach was to provide again to the society and perform a part of the congress’s social accountability.
Represented by Chairman, Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives, FCT Chapter, Deborah Yusuf, Wabba stated the outreach was the fifth in FCT.
He stated, “NLC is standing in for Nigerian employees, after which in collaboration with ILO, this can be a particular outreach; that is the fifth time we’re organising neighborhood outreach, it’s all about giving again to the society.
“It’s a part of our Company Social Obligations. We now have employees in all places, we try to provide again to them, together with their relations.
“This outreach is essential and it’s coming at this specific interval not due to something however we learnt that the individuals really want medical help.”
Wabba stated that they’d varied stations for registration and screening for HIV/AIDS, including that it was essential that individuals knew their HIV standing.
He added that the group additionally educates individuals about understanding their HIV standing, unfavourable or optimistic, and to know that being optimistic shouldn’t be a demise sentence.
In keeping with him, if anybody seems optimistic, NLC will take the particular person to a referral centre and follow-up in order that the particular person shall be positioned on medicine and vital investigations.