Nigerian Air force offers free medical outreach in Niger state

Abdul Mohammed ISA, Niger


The Nigerian Air Force has flagged of a three day free Medical Out reach in communities suffered  by bandits attack in Shiroro local Government area of Niger State in North Central Nigeria.


According to the  Nigeria’s Chief Of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadiq Abubakar who was represented by Commander 351 Base Services Nigerian Air force Minna, Air Commodore Sulaiman Kabiru Usman, the medical out reach is aimed at improving Military-Civil relationship

The  over 2,043 victims of the attacks are mainly from the villages of Kwaki, Barden Dawaki, Ajayi and Ajayin Bataro while others are Gwassa, Malfa and Gboto all in Shiroro Local Government area of the state.


The Director Of Public Health and Humanitarian Service Headquarters Nigerian Air Force,Group Captain Ali Tanko assured the people that adequate provision has been put in place to capture everybody in the camp.

The Nigerian Air force  explained that they will ensure every person benefits even if the exercise is to be extended beyond three days.

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