Pyrate Confraternity’s Humanitarian Mission Lights Up Alemafo Town with Free Medical Outreach

In a heartwarming display of corporate social responsibility, kakalistiq.com reports that the Katamaran Deck, a unit within the National Association of Seadogs (popularly known as the Pyrates Confraternity), in collaboration with Aqua Kanata (Canada) and Hiroshima Decks (Japan/Australia), embarked on a benevolent journey to Alemafo town off Erunwon Ijebu, Ogun State. Their mission is to bring free medical services and advocacy to 170 residents, illuminating lives with care and compassion.

The air was filled with gratitude and anticipation as the medical team set up camp in Alemafo town. Under the watchful eye of Dr. Abednego Awolowo and Dr. Ayodeji Aina, beneficiaries underwent vital health checks, including blood sugar level tests and blood pressure measurements. A team of dedicated nurses ensured smooth operations by administering necessary medications and offering invaluable advice.

Dr. Ayodeji Aina led a crucial advocacy session on the perils of self-medication, urging everyone to seek professional medical guidance before taking any medication. His words echoed the silent dangers lurking in improper drug use, cautioning against the potential hazards that self-administered drugs can impose on the body.

Among the beneficiaries was Mrs. Adejoke Okusaga, whose heartfelt thanks resonated with the sentiment shared by many. The economic challenges had hindered her from seeking essential medical tests, making the free outreach a beacon of hope and relief in her life. Mr. Adekunle David echoed similar sentiments, praising the association for bringing vital healthcare services to their doorstep.

Even the traditional ruler, Baálé Olorunfemi Robert Ajayi, expressed his gratitude remotely, acknowledging the profound impact of the association’s selfless service on his people. Chief Abimbola Olùgbẹ̀san of Ogidi also extended appreciation while hoping for such humanitarian gestures to touch more lives in neighboring communities.

The Capoon of Katamaran Deck, Olugbenga Otunba-Payne, encapsulated the essence of the Pyrates Confraternity’s ethos, highlighting their unwavering commitment to giving back to society. This noble mission not only illuminates the immediate community but also serves as a beacon of hope, emphasizing the importance of collective responsibility and compassionate outreach in transforming lives and communities.

 

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

I am Kaka Babatunde, a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience in the media industry spans 3 years under @Ekohotblog as a field reporter. I'm a writer, serial volunteer, and community and youth development enthusiast whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos.

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