The leader of the fellowship medical team, Dr Chris Enyi, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja.
Enyi described FGBMFI as an international, non-denominational movement of businessmen and professionals that connect men from all works of life.
“FGBMFI connects men from all works of life. They share God’s power and goodness through their life stories.
“They seek to introduce men to a new and exciting ways of life,” he said. [eap_ad_2] He said the group was at the fair to attend to medical needs of visitors, exhibitors and traders as well.
He said fellowship had been a regular participant at the Abuja trade fair which started on Sept. 23.
He said the team has more than 15 practising medical officers to attend to the health needs of the people.
According to him, the group attends to between 70 and 100 visitors each day of the fair.
He said the services offered include free medical check, free body check-up, counselling and distribution of health materials that could be of help to the people.
Enyi, who said the medical services were targeted at improving health of men, women and children, noted that most often people don’t avail themselves for necessary check-up.
He said as a practising doctor, he had always sought ways of contributing to the development and progress of Nigeria.
He said the team was always excited to take quality healthcare to people that needed it, adding that the joy on the faces of the people it meet and care for is very satisfying.
One of the visitors to the FGBMFI health stand, Ms Christy Akpaida, commended the group for the initiative which she said had been of immense benefits to those who patronise the fair. (NAN) [eap_ad_3]