Adamawa: Binos extends medical outreach to 1000 constituents

The senator representing the people of Adamawa south, Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe,  weekend deployed his mobile hospital to Bare community in Numan local government area of Adamawa south where he carried out free medical services to 1, 000  constituents treated of health challenges.

The medical intervention conducted in Bare community weekend was targeted at women, children and the elderly.  They benefited from various medical services during the exercise.

The services   include surgeries, scanning, laboratory  test, among many other areas of health needs.

Sen. Binos, represented by his campaign  DG, Mr. Katawan Boniface, said his decision to extend his free medical outreach to the community  was in fulfillment of his campaign promises and his commitment to  address the health challenges of his people  which he said will remain his top priority  in the  National Assembly. 

“I am the representative  of all the people in Adamawa south Senatorial district and I will ensure that all people benefit from all my projects and programmes whether you are from PDP, APC,SDP, LP or any other political party. We will render you free medical services and provide you with true dividends of democracy to improve the living conditions of our people without recourse to your political background, ethno tribal and religion affiliations.”

He commended the people of the community for their support and  solidarity during the election when they stood and voted for him like other communities in the  senatorial district which enabled him to break the re- election jinx in the  history of the  senatorial district and return to the National Assembly for the second term.  He promised not to let them down in the discharge of his responsibilities.