Aisha Buhari calls for stronger action against cancer

Aisha Buhari calls for stronger action against cancer

The First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari has called for stronger action against all forms of cancer.

According to THE GUARDIAN, Aisha Buhari who was represented by the wife of the vice president, Dolapo Osibanjo made the call in Abuja at the national flag-off of “Arm our youth” (ArOY) anti-cancer health campaign, organised by Onyebuchi Chris Ifediora (OCI) Foundation, in collaboration with National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).Information Guide Nigeria

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The first lady said: “I wish to declare my support in the fight against all forms of cancer. It is also important to come up with new ideas such as this cascade campaign to secondary schools.

“It is important to ensure that we do everything possible to reduce the rate of mortality associated with cancer especially cervical and my ‘Future Assured Initiative’ has been at the forefront of this campaign over the years, creating awareness, screening, and making referrals across the country.

“This campaign has reached thousands of members including those in hard-to-reach areas. I intend to do more and partner with more organizations such as Nigerian Cancer Society and OCI foundation until we overcome the negative health outcomes associated with cancer”.

Also speaking, the president of the OCI Foundation, Chris Ifediora, said that the organization is seeking partnership with the First Lady and her NGO as well as the current Nigerian legislature to expedite the project with Nigerian senior secondary schools, which can see it completed this year (2022), not in 2025 as projected.Jamb Result 

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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