Medical Experts Advocate Regular Check Up


Nigerians, irrespective of their social, religious or political standing have been  enjoined to embrace the free government medical services and check-ups, through  health screening, provisions of drugs and other enhanced intensive medical care and  facilities in different hospitals and other primary health centres, to prolong their  lives.

In addition, government has been charged to enforce the drug control, in order to  arrest the influx of fake drugs into the country.

These remarks were made by the Executive Chairman, Apapa Iganmu Local Council  Development Area, Lagos State, Dr. Samuel Adedayo at the free health screening and  provisions of eye glasses organised and sponsored by the Ophthalmological Society of  Nigeria, Lagos State Chapter, in conjunction with the Apapa Iganmu LCDA.

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The event was held at the Badia Health Centre, Ijora, Lagos to mark the just  concluded World Health Day annually celebrated on 2 October.

He appealed to Nigerians and residents alike to pay a lot of premium to their  health, through regular, effective free health screening, especially against  malaria, diarrhea, high blood pressure and bad eye sight and other diseases, that  might be detected from such screening and which if promptly arrested at little or no  cost at all.

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