Amangwu youths plan free medical outreach for elderly people


Amangwu youths under the auspices of Amangwu Youths Association of Nigeria (AYAN) say they are ready to hold a one-day free medical outreach for elderly persons in the community by December. 

Speaking in a meeting with the President General of Amangwu Development Union, Mazi Kanu Iroegbu at Ogo Amangwu, the Chairman AYAN Aba branch, Mazi Onyebuchi Chukwu, said the project was initiated by AYAN Aba branch as part of their commitment to developing the community, stating that as youths, they have a role to play in the social well being, growth and development of Amangwu. He added that the project is to hold yearly and a date will be agreed upon by ADU and communicated to everyone. 

He thanked the PG for his efforts at uniting the community and also for agreeing to work with all the innovative ideas brought forward by the youths.

In his response, the PG, Amangwu Development Union, Mazi Kanu Iroegbu, expressed satisfaction with the activities of the youths and called them the life wire of the community. 

He encouraged them not to relent in making sure they stand up on their duties and achieve greater things for the community. 

Mazi Iroegbu also pointed out that his administration has opened its arms to everyone including the youths and have welcomed all programmes aimed at giving the youths a sense of belonging. 

He said: “We will always encourage and support you to draw you closer to us. We will have a big carnival this Christmas were youths will come and showcase their talents. This project will be championed by one of your own, Praise Genesis and his team. They have a lot in stock for you and I’m always available if you need me.”

He called on the youths to shun violence, be good ambassadors and be law abiding at all times.

The free medical outreach, Amangwu Youths Solemn Assembly, grading of Uzo Ime Ezi and the covert at Iyi Agwụ are some of the projects/programmes undertaken by Amangwu Youths Association of Nigeria.

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