Hon. Shina Peller, a member of the House of Representatives from Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa federal constituency, Oyo State, has provided fully-equipped ambulances, delivery couch with stirrups, patient transfer stretcher trolleys, weighing scale for child and adults, stadiometer, fans, power generating sets and other important medical equipment to different health centres to the four local government areas of his constituency.
He donated this medical equipment on Sunday 9th May 2021 at Government Technical College, Oluwole, Iseyin during the SHINAAYO Health Intervention Programme – a programme that was meant to improve the health status of his constituents.
In the same vein, thousands of his constituents were given free intensive eye test and treatment, and many others with sight impairment were provided with free recommended glasses to aid their sight.
Hon. Peller speaking at the event, explained that the health intervention programme was in fulfilment of some of his campaign promises, which bordered on providing adequate healthcare for his people.
“Today, we have gathered here in fulfilment of the letter ‘H’ in my political acronym, ‘SHINAAYO’, which means Healthcare. As we all know that Health is wealth and he who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.
“Today’s programme is multifaceted, it includes empowerment of health centres in the constituency with necessary medical equipment, free eye test and treatment to thousands of my constituency, as well as distribution of recommended glasses to the people with eye challenges.”
In the same vein, Hon. Shina Peller also stressed the need for the Oke Ogun region to embrace unity and peace which he said are required for the development and advancement of the region.
Also speaking at the event, the Secretary of Iseyin General Hospital, Mr Akande Moses, who received an 18-seater ambulance bus donated by Hon. Peller to the hospital, expressed the management’s profound gratitude to the federal legislator, adding that it will go a long way in enhancing service delivery of the hospital to the constituents.