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Mayoress Princess Samiat Bada Set To Deliver A Ground Breaking State of the Art Primary Health Centre to the Residents of the LCDA

As part of her promises and pact signed with the people of Ikosi Isheri Local Council Development Area of Lagos State, the Chairman

Mayoress, Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada is set to perform ground breaking ceremony of a brand-new Primary Health Centre, an initiative that will be a beacon of wellness across the LCDA and the state at large. 

The Mayoress as she's fondly called ever since she took mantle of leadership in the LCDA continues to set an unprecedented records of developmental projects and unrivalled leadership acumen. 

 The new Ikosi Isheri health Center Initiative was born out of Passion to re-invigorate the Ikosi Isheri Healthcare delivery sector while raising the local standard of healthcare and providing a blueprint for quality of services required to address healthcare amidst economic challenges.

In a statement she personally signed, the Mayoress said her administration would continue to prioritize quality healthcare delivery of the people saying having such edifice where top-notch healthcare meets compassion, all under one roof is a must among the initiatives her administration has in stock for the people.

"The health of Ikosi-isheri LCDA residents is our priority, and this state-of-the-art facility is set to redefine primary care", join us on this journey towards a healthier, happier, and stronger community!  she said.


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