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WHERE TO GET FREE HEALTH CARE IN LAGOS



50% of 120 million Nigerians cannot afford medical services.
SHEKINAH ASSEMBLY INTERNATIONAL CHURCHES, LAGOS presents a fast response to that via her 3rd Medical and Missions Outreach event tagged:  A HEALTHY NIGERIA: A HEALTHY YOU!

Do you need medical care?
Does your eye ache?
Are you experiencing any kind of illness?

ACESSS
Free eye checks and glasses
Free medical consultation
Free drugs and capsules

WHEN:
Date: Monday. October 2nd 2017-09-24
Time: 8am- 6pm

WHERE:
Shekinah Assembly International Churches,
Beside Rainoil Filling station, Atinuke Plaza,Cele Bustop



This event is proudly supported by Lagos State Ministry of Health
For sponsorship: 08062395359
To volunteer as a Doctor, Pharmacist, Counsellor : 08062395359


 Committed to your fulfilment

JOIN ME AT THE PREACHER'S KID CONFERENCE THIS OCTOBER


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