17 Dec OCI Foundation in Otukpo, Benue State (Nigeria) as it participates in the commissioning of a new hospital donated by a philanthropist (17/12/2020)
On Thursday, December the 17th, 2020, the OCI Foundation was on ground to witness and support the commissioning of a brand new hospital, THE OJILIMA HOSPITAL, which was built and donated to the AIOCHECHODO COMMUNITY by MR EMMANUEL AKPAKWU, a philanthropist from the area.
The hospital, which was commissioned By DR PAUL ENENCHE, the founder and head pastor of Dunamis Church of Nigeria, is now the only hospital in that community. Dr Matthew Gagum is the Medical officer in charge of the hospital at the moment.
Video: OCI Foundation distributes palliatives to Benue Community
The OCI Foundation was represented by its Social and Entertainment Liaison Officer, Mr Luter Ikyobo. Luter used the occasion to present food items and other palliatives to members of the community, and enlightened them on the principles of the ARM OUR YOUTHS (ArOY) HEALTH CAMPAIGN, which is the OCI Foundation’s novel health initiative that empowers Nigerians on anti-breast and anti-cervical cancer measures, using measures that are sustainable, wide-reaching and cost-effective.
Through the free “OCI CERVIBREAST” Mobile Phone Application, the ArOY Campaign and its life-saving messages are freely available to every Nigerian with a smartphone. Everyone is being urged to download it now.