Health: ALA Care Foundation Set to Enrolls 1,000 on Oyo Health Insurance Scheme
In a bid to support the state government under the leadership of Governor Seyi Makinde the founder ALA Care Foundation Hon Oludamilola Oluwole-ALA has set to enrol 1000 people in Oyo state health Insurance Scheme in Ibadan South East Local government
The Programme according to Hon Oludamilola -ALA was part of corporate social responsibility of ALA care foundation to the health sector.
Association,groups and market women gathered at the scout camp market Molete Ibadan to be part of the 1000 enrollees on Oyo state health Insurance Scheme sponsored by the founder ALA care foundation Hon Oludamilola Oluwole- ALA.
Speaking at the Programme a Director in the OYSHIA Pharmacist Joseph Oyewale commended Oludamilola Oluwole-ALA for given back to society through the Agency
According to him the enrollees with enjoy free health care services under Oyo health insurance scheme at the cost of 8,000 Naira per person hence the need for people to make use of the limited space on this current scheme before it will rise to 13,500 Naira in few weeks time.
In their separate remarks,the Special Adviser to the Governor on Local government and Chieftaincy Matter Hon Kazeem Bibire,his Culture and Tourism counterpart Hon Akeem Ige, Political Leader Pa Tiamiyu Abidikugu and PDP candidate for Ibadan south East constituency 2 Mr Yinka Omikunle lauded ALA care foundation for contributing positively to the society
The stakeholders emphasized the need for the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the opportunity given to them by the Founder ALA Care Foundation Hon Oludamilola Oluwole-ALA
The Coordinator ALA Care Foundation Comrade Gbolagade Ajibade said the 1000 enrollees will cut across the 12 wards in the council Area.
Some beneficiaries appreciated founder ALA care foundation Oludamilola Oluwole-ALA for the gesture.
The 1000 enrollees on Oyo state Health Insurance scheme powered by founder ALA Care foundation Oludamilola Oluwole-ALA was also targeted towards supporting the re-election bid of Governor Seyi Makinde.