Your Approach to Dental Care is a Significant Step in the Emancipation of Oke Ogun People, The Monarch Stated.
By Shola Bello
The free dental services across Oke-ogun embarked on by Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation has been described as a significant step towards emancipation of the people of oke-ogun. This observation was made by a foremost monarch in Oyo state, the Sabiganna of Iganna, Oba saliu Oyemomilara Azeez, in his palace.
The occasion was a courtesy call on the monarch by Dr Bello and his team of professionals carrying out free dental treatments across Oke-ogun local governments of Oyo state. While explaining the motive behind the programme at the palace, Dr Bello stated that the exercise was to create awareness about dental diseases among our people and also to assist the less privileged with free treatments.
The objective also includes the need to sensitize governments about the grim necessity to establish dental clinics in every local governments of Oke-ogun. Oba Saliu Oyemomilara Azeez, while praising the initiative observed that the solution to Oke-ogun problems can only come from indigenes of Oke-ogun that decide to give back to the society. He urged all the Oke-ogun diasporians to come home and contribute their quota in their respective professional capacities.
The exercise spun through April 1st to 6th, 2019 and about 700 patients benefitted from the free dental services.