Abike-Dabiri

Eye Foundation Partners With Abike Dabiri-Erewa For Free Eye Surgery And Check Up

The Eye Foundation group has recently partnered with Abike Dabiri-Erewa to provide free eye screening to as many who are interested and free eye surgery for up to 1,000 people within the Ikorodu axis and its environs. The program which kicked off on the 30th of May would run for one month.

The first day had over 230 people from different Local Governments Areas within Lagos state screened while 20 have been scheduled for eye surgery. Special thanks must be given to HRM Anyangburen of Ikorodu Oba Kabiru Shotunbi who has been tremendously supportive of the program and was indeed present for his eye screening to kick off the initiative yesterday. See pictures from the inaugural eye screening session yesterday;

HRM, Oba of Ikorodu conducting his eye screening | Photo: SIGNAL

HRM, Oba of Ikorodu conducting his eye screening | Photo: SIGNAL

 

Mubarak had eye problems and had no hope of getting his eyes fixed, now he will. Mubarak pictured with his mother above. | Photo: SIGNAL

Mubarak had eye problems and had no hope of getting his eyes fixed, now he will. Mubarak pictured with his mother above. | Photo: SIGNAL

 

Participants at the eye screening event. | Photo: SIGNAL

Participants at the eye screening event. | Photo: SIGNAL

 

HRM Anyangburen of Ikorodu Oba Kabiru Shotunbi, Abike Dabiri-Erewa and Olori Shotunbi at the eye screening event. | Photo: SIGNAL

HRM Anyangburen of Ikorodu Oba Kabiru Shotunbi, Abike Dabiri-Erewa and Olori Shotunbi at the eye screening event. | Photo: SIGNAL

 

The screening is open to all and venue for the eye screening is as detailed below:

Oba Anyangburen palace (30th May to 2nd June)

Mowo kekere Health Centre (6th to 11th June)

Oba Ranodu Palace, Imota (12th to 15th June)

Igbalu Health Centre (16th to 20th June)

Mowo Kekere Health Centre (20th to 29th June)

 

 

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