Bisi Fayemi donates 23 million won of equipment to Ekiti Cancer Center
The wife of the Governor of Ekiti State, Ms Bisi Faymi, donated more than 23 million N.Y. of equipment on Wednesday.
The governor’s wife also announced that at least 21 cancer patients had been paid out of a fund of 3 million AD for free surgery at the center.
Speaking at a presentation of the equipment to the diagnostic center at the headquarters of the Ekiti Ado-Ekiti State University Educational Hospital, the First Lady noted that the gestures were intended to encourage women in the state to visit the center for testing. usual.
The Governor’s wife listed donated equipment, including a 100 kVA generator, TV, projectors and other digital accessories.
She showed that community stakeholders need to unite in efforts to raise awareness among women, especially in rural areas, stating that early detection is a key factor in the fight against cancer in society.
According to her, “October is Breast Cancer Awareness Week, and for us, Ekiti, we must continue to advocate for the need to educate our women in rural and urban areas to check themselves regularly to get an early diagnosis.
“The center needs a lot of equipment here, and we were able to mobilize resources from the SDG office, from the network to which I belong, with our first ladies, and from benevolent people. The cost of the equipment is approximately NN 23.4 million. Today, we have also mobilized approximately 3 million N resources for operations on 21 breast cancer patients so that they can do it for free.
“Early detection is everything when it comes to cancer, and I ask our women to come for tests, and I encourage men to push their wives to have regular checkups.”
Source: – Sunnewsonline