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(PHOTOSPEAK) See How SamZuga Foundation Free Medical Treatment Received Massive Turnout On Yola


YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE, NIGERIA - Consequent upon the testimonies from Nigerians accross the Nation, the SamZuga Foundation Free Medical Treatment has continued to receive massive turnout across Adamawa State, Nigeria.

Interestingly, the SamZuga Foundation Free Medical Treatment is currently in four states of the federation  which includes; Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Yola amongst others and has been receiving massive turnout.

Specifically, an ongoing SamZuga Free Medical Treatment happening in Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria, has recorded another recommendable and massive turnout that the Nurses House Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria, could not contain the people  waiting to receive the free medical treatment. 

Responding to the massive turnout, Bishop Sam zuga had this to say: "Nurses House Yola, a very big hall is not enough to contain the patients that are anticipating to participate in the free medical treatment exercise, organized by Bishop Dr Sam Zuga and SamZuga Foundation in Yola, Adamawa State.

"What baffles me most is that, I have been using my humble meager resources, without government assistance at any level or any foreign donations and individual support. 

"This has been going on for 16 years without making headlines in any national newspaper, television or radio station in Nigeria. 

"This gesture is not trending on social media. But if one person had collapsed during any of the exercise, the news would have gone viral that a Nigerian Bishop is killing people.

"I started this work in 2003, Boko Haram started in 2009, Boko Haram have sponsors that could push it to become the second terrorist group in the world. 

'I have not been invited by a Local government (LG) Chairman to come and help their community, not to talk of a Senator or a Governor.

"Does it mean, our society is more interested in evil than good?"

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