NAF Provides Free Medical Services To Osun indigenes

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By Joshua Oladipo

Ikeji-Ile () – The Air (NAF) Tuesday said it would continue to impact lives of the populace through its free outreach initiative aimed at tackling -related issues.

The (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, made this known during a -day outreach for the people of Ikeji-Ile in .

Abubakar, represented by the Director of and Services, Headquarters , Group Capt. Aliyu Tanko, said the outreach, which started since 2015, had impacted positively the of many Nigerians.

He said that NAF fighting non-kinetic war without bullets by providing free services to communities across the country.

“There are types of war, which include the kinetic war involving the of bullets and non-kinetic war without bullets.

“Non-kinetic war has to do with the military’s gesture through its medical services that target large heterogeneous number of people in various communities,’’ Abubakar said.

He said NAF would continue to provide medical to Nigerians across the 36 states of the federation.

“We have the belief that the outreach will yield the expected impact as we know that health is wealth,’’ Abubakar said.

According to Tanko, the directed to where we go and we ensure we cover large communities, attending to people with serious health challenges in such communities.

The traditional ruler of Ira-Ikeji, Oba Julius Fatanmi, expressed appreciation to the NAF the gesture.

Fatanmi, specifically thanked the for providing the free medical services to his subjects.