No fewer than one thousand two hundred and fifty people benefited from Kwankwaso’s 66th birthday medical outreach in Kano.
The outreach was organised in honour of the supreme leader of the Kwankwasiyya movement and presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP).
It was gathered that over one thousand two hundred and fifty beneficiaries would be given minor treatment and free drugs common illness.
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The event was organised by Kwankwasiyya Scholars led by Dr. Yusuf Ibrahim Kofar Mata and other support groups under the auspices of Kwankwasiyya Concern Forum and Kano Lafiya Jari Initiative.
One of the organisers of the medical outreach Hon. Abdullahi Tarauni said they have donated drugs worth millions of naira to ensure that many people have access to basic treatment of common illness.
Over fifty heath personnel were deployed for the exercise, most of whom among those benefited from Kwankwaso’s scholarships.