Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has once again proved to the people of North Tongu, his constituency that he cares for their well-being. The honorable has organized a project called North Tongu Constituency Health Project. The six-day project which began on Wednesday, 15th September 2021 is due to end today, 21st September 2021. During this period, free eye screening is being done by medical professionals. The various eye conditions that are identified would be solved. Those who require glasses in order to see will be offered the glasses and those who need advance care such as surgery will also get the surgery. So far, as of yesterday, 327 cases requiring eye surgery have been identified. By the close of the day, maybe more cases will be identified.
The people of North Tongu came out in their numbers to have their eyes screened. The MP of the area also took his turn to have his eyes screened.
According to the eye specialist, from the cases identified, total blindness would have set in if not for the intervention and this cannot be said without adding that Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa deserves applause for bringing this project to his people.
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