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Ikeja Electric, XT Monitor Organise Medical Outreach for Lagos Communities

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Ikeja Electric Plc (IE), Nigeria’s largest Electricity Distribution Company has collaborated with one of its business partners, XT Monitor Ltd, to organize a medical outreach for communities within its network, in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives.

Ikeja Electric Plc (IE), Nigeria’s largest Electricity Distribution Company has collaborated with one of its business partners, XT Monitor Ltd, to organize a medical outreach for communities within its network, in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives.

The activity, which is slated for the 9th and 10th of October, 2017, will hold at the IE’s Oshodi Model Business Unit located along Okota Road and the Egbeda Undertaking Office, located on Idimu Road, by Alaguntan Bus Stop, respectively.

The outreach will be facilitated by a US Medical Mission, comprising 11 medical specialists based in the USA. The goal of the project is to provide free medical treatment to about 2000 individuals, and also to educate and train medical personnel in specific areas of medicine.

The scope of the medical mission is the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases with special attention to diabetes and hypertension. Other cases of non-communicable conditions will also be covered.

Speaking on the initiative, the Head of Corporate Communications for IE, Felix Ofulue, called on members of the communities within its network, especially those living in Oshodi and Egbeda, to take advantage of the exercise which takes place from 10.00am to 4.00 pm at the Oshodi Model Business Unit on the 9thand the following day at the Egbeda Undertaking Office, same time.

According to Ofulue, the exercise was one of the methods adopted to assure its esteemed customers that they were more than just mere electricity connections.“This noble initiative, once again, demonstrates IE’s commitment to the wellbeing of customers within her network. You will recall that we recently engaged in quite a number of health interventions in our communities in the recent past. We sincerely hope that this intervention can act as a catalyst to stir other Institutions to rise up to the challenge of providing affordable healthcare in Nigeria,” he said.

Kayode Adeoti, the Managing Director of XT Monitor Ltd had this to add: “This medical mission aligns with our strategy of engagement and advocacy and provides a platform to demonstrate that we and our principal, Ikeja Electric, care for the welfare of consumers and communities in which we work. It is our hope that the impact of this exercise the lives of its beneficiaries will be significant and far-reaching.”

The two-day medical outreach is expected to cater to over two thousand individuals, was held in the month of October in commemoration of Nigeria’s 57th Independence anniversary celebrations.

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