Lekki LCDA Chairman Applauds NPA’s Donation of Essential Drugs to Boosts Local Healthcare.

In a significant show of gratitude, kakalistiq.com reports that the Chairman of LEkki LCDA, Engr. Rasak Bamidele Kasali has applauded the Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) for generously donating essential drugs to the healthcare centres in Magbon Segun and Idotun boost to local healthcare.

Hon. Razak Bamidele Kasali

The donation event took place on Wednesday 3rd July 2024, marking a vital step towards improving health outcomes for residents of Lekki LCDA. The event began with a warm welcome from the Council’s team, who, on behalf of the Executive Chairman, Engr. Rasaki Bamidele Kasali expressed deep gratitude for the much-needed medical supplies.

Representatives from the NPA emphasized their commitment to enhancing healthcare access in the LCDA, underlining the crucial role of community health in fostering overall economic development.

Engr. Rasaki Bamidele Kasali, the Executive Chairman of Lekki LCDA, in an interview, reacted positively to the donation, highlighting its significant impact on the lives of the people in the area. “This generous gesture by the NPA will greatly enhance our ability to provide essential healthcare services to our community. It is a testament to the power of collaborative efforts in addressing public health challenges. We urge other government agencies and private organizations to follow suit in supporting our healthcare initiatives,” he stated.


The donated drugs include a range of essential medications aimed at addressing common health issues in the area, such as malaria, infections, and chronic diseases. These contributions are expected to significantly enhance the capacity of local healthcare providers to deliver effective and timely medical care, thereby improving health outcomes for residents.

In addition to the drug donation, it was gathered that the NPA representatives pledged ongoing support and collaboration with local healthcare centres to ensure sustained improvement in medical services. The event concluded with a ceremonial handover of the drugs, followed by a tour of the healthcare facilities, allowing the NPA team to witness firsthand the impact of their contributions.

This collaboration between the NPA and Lekki LCDA sets a strong example of how public-private partnerships can effectively address healthcare challenges, ultimately contributing to the well-being and prosperity of the community.


Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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