Nigerian Army Conducts Free Medical services in Owode Yewa Community

... Fostering Community Collaboration

The 35 Artillery Brigade, Nigerian Army, has offered free medical services to one thousand residents of Owode Yewa community in Yewa South Local Government Area of Ogun State.

Speaking on the exercise which was held on Friday,  the Commander of the 35 Artillery Brigade,Brigadier General Mohammed Tajudeen Aminu,  spearheaded a civil-military cooperation activity in Owode Yewa. 
He said the initiative is part of the brigade's ongoing efforts to give back to society and enhance its relationship with the host community.

Brigadier General Aminu emphasized the importance of identifying and addressing the critical needs of the society. 

He added that the brigade, within its limited resources, has taken proactive steps to contribute positively to the community. 
According to him "We also did one in Alamala community which is construction of borehole and that is their own major critical needs , now this one is medical outreach . This is what the Army headquarters always encourage our formations to do to improve on existing relationship with the host community and we'll continue to do it within our limited resources .

"The security is a collective responsibility and not only for the security agencies but also the citizens at large, I know we have enjoyed the relationship with the host community , we also enjoyed them supporting our operations and activities especially in the area of sharing of information , what I will urged the community to do is to support and cooperate with all the security agencies especially in the area of sharing of information".
Speaking on the collaboration,HRM Oba Rev Akindele who is the Monarch of Owode Yewa represented by Amona Oba of Owode Yewa, Nojeemdeen Olubiyi, expressed gratitude for the continuous support from the Nigerian Army. 

He specifically commended Major Bala, the new Commander in Owode Yewa, for his cooperation and assistance.

He added that the community has enjoyed a positive relationship with the military, with notable contributions to operations and activities, particularly in sharing vital information.

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