CONNAK Foundation Kicks off One Week Free Medical Outreach in Abia To help Humanity

By Steve Unegbu

Founder CONNAK Foundation Ken Ukeagu

As part of efforts to alleviate the sufferings of people ,a Non Governmental Organization CONNAK Foundation has kicked off one week free medical outreach in Umuahia Abia state capital to help Humanity.

Addressing Newsmen in Umuahia shortly after the commencement of the programme,the Founder Ken Nnamdi Ukeagu said the free medical outreach in partnership with Faith Care International USA is a programme he has been excited and happy about.

He explained that he loves touching and impacting lives,added that the mammoth crowd that turned out for health care services at Madonna hospital Umuahia venue of the medical outreach motivate him to do more.

According to him,” I am alive and have the opportunity to touch lives. I feel highly excited and motivated to do more.

Cross section of doctors attending to people at the outreach

” Frankly, even if you do not have emotion , when you see this crowd of sick people you will certainly do something. I feel happy that people are being taken care of and with hope that their problems are being taken care of too”

Continuing,he disclosed that before the end of the five day programme, thousands of sick people would be attended to and their problems taken care of.

mammoth crowd that came for health care services

In a similar development,the Representative of Faith Care International USA,Tony Tran said Faith Care came to Africa and Nigeria to help in health care services because “there is a huge need to provide health care to people”

Tony Tran of Faith Care International USA

He pointed out that the Founder Faith Care International USA,Peter Schnatz saw the great faith in Nigeria people and decided to help them not only in faith,also in providing health care services.

Tony Tran,who is a therapist described Nigerians as very friendly and kind people.

Crowd queue to receive doctors’ attention

Earlier, the Chief Executive Officer CONNAK foundation,Carol Emeka-Sunday,who interacted with Newsmen described the medical outreach as a yearly programme noted that the last time the foundation did something of this magnitude was 2019,added that,”In 2019 we treated an average of 7000 people,so this year we are expecting more than that.

CEO of CONNAK Carol Emeka -Sunday

“Today is just the beginning and the mammoth crowd is something else and the outreach will run till Friday.

“Today ,we are beginning the event proper and those who were certified that they needed surgery came in the morning and they are already in the theatre and their surgery is already going on.They are alot of them and it has been amazing” she said

Cross section of crowd at the medical outreach

She urged people to utilize the opportunity and treat themselves freely as well as appealed to people who have the funds to come and partner with CONNAK foundation to assist humanity.

Some of the wheel chairs for patients

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