Connak Foundation, Faith Care Give Free Medical Treatment To Over 10,000 Abians




Over 10,000 Abians have benefitted from the 2023 free Medical Outreach organised by Connak Foundation in partnership with Faith Care International.


The week long medical outreach which featured services ranging from free medical consultation, surgeries, dental care, laboratory tests,hernia repair, eye care, among others, had Abians  jubllating and expressing appreciation to the Connak Foundation and the Faith Care for putting up such a life touching program.

Medical Experts Attending to Patients

Interacting with newsmen, the Founder of Connak foundation, Mr Ken Ukeagu, said the medical outreach was basically organised to touch and change lives, as this has been his drive over the years,promising not to relent in giving back to humanity.

Founder Connak foundation, Ken Ukeagu

According to him, he said he is excited and joyful seeing Abians get relieved of their health worries, stressing that their excitement is enough encouragement for him, promising not to relent.

Ukeagu noted that he would continue to give back to the society as long as he is alive,”I will not get tired of touching lives, i will continue as long as i live”.

Patients Waiting to be attended by medical Experts

Responding to what Abians should be expecting next from the foundation, he added that the foundation is relying on God for the next step to take,stressing that they would not stop in helping humanity.

Also, the Representative of Faith Care USA and a Physiotherapist, Tony Tran, said the Faith Care International, partnered with the Connak Foundation, based on the huge medical needs of the people, adding that the organization is geared towards integrating Faith and Health Care for the betterment of humanity.

Faith Care Physiotherapist, Tony Tran

Tran,however, expressed happiness over the positive  response of Abians towards the medical outreach,promising  that the founder  of the Faith care, Peter Schnatz, would continue in its partnership in salvaging the health condition of Nigerians.

The Chief Executive Officer of Connak Foundation, Mrs Emeka Sunday Caro, while giving a brief history of the foundation, said the Connak Foundation  was set up basically to create opportunities, as well as, changing  lives.

CEO Connak Foundation, Mrs Emeka Caro,

According  to her, the foundation  has a scholarship scheme, ICT training  program, Entrepreneurship training  and free medical  outreach.

She disclosed that every year, the foundation run these programs, adding that for the medical outreach, it was halted in 2019, due to the outbreak of Covid 19.

The CEO, however, expressed optimism that the record of the 2023 medical outreach would surpass that of 2019, because of its huge partnership with the Faith Care International, calling  on Abians to leverage on the opportunity.

Another Partner who spoke with newsmen,  Cordelia Uboma, said the target is to get sick people treated, as their are medical experts on ground to tackle all medical needs. She said they expect to reach out to a large number  of people, while expressing  happiness  that such relief is coming  to Abians at a time, where people could  hardly afford medical treatment, due to the harsh economy system.

Partner Connak Foundation, Cordelia Uboma

Uboma further enjoined people  to eat right for  the benefit  of having  a sound health.

A minister  of the Assemblies of God Church, Rev Ndubuisi Ogbonna Michael, commended the works of the Connak Foundation in saving humanity, urging more people  to take leaf from them.

One of the beneficiaries of the medical  outreach, Florence  Innocent,a petty trader, thanked the Connak Foundation/Faith Care, for the free treatment,which she said she couldn’t  have afford ordinarily, urging  them not to relent  in their good works.

A beneficiary, Florence Innocent

Recall, that the Connak Foundation  started ten years ago, with the vision of changing the fortunes of Nigerians through its Education, Entrepreneurship, ICT and Medical outreach programmes.

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