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Rotary Club, University College Hospital screen 118 people for eye diseases

No fewer than 118 residents of Oyedeji Community in Igbo Elerin, Lagelu North Local Government Area of Ibadan have benefited from the free eye screening carried out by the Rotary Club of Ibadan, Jericho-Metro.

Rotary Club offers medical treatment to Ibadan residents

The Jericho Metro and Felele branches of Rotary Club in Ibadan on Sunday offered free medical screening and treatment to residents of Felele community.

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