FEHACU 2022: CBC Health Services announce free consultation

By Bakah Derick 

The Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services (CBCHS) has announced free general medical consultation and counseling for persons with disabilities and the elderly within the Bamenda III municipality during the upcoming festival of Heritage Arts and Culture (FEHACU) 2022. 

Lohshie Eugene Velon speaking at the Bamenda III Council 

Lohshie Eugene Velon made the announcement on behalf of the Director of CBCHS Prof Tih Pius Muffih on Thursday 15 December 2022 at the council premises during an event organised by the council to assist persons with disabilities and the elderly better feast during the end of year. 
According to Lohshie, the welbeing of persons with disabilities and the elderly are a priority to the CBCHS reason why his hierarchy will be making the huge investment including deployment of medical personnel to the Nkwen palace during the two-day event. 
Mayor Fongu Cletus Tanwe talking to Media

Away from the donation of food items to ensure a hitch free celebration for the elderly and persons with disabilities this year, Mayor Fongu Cletus has disclosed to www.hilltopvoices.com that he has signed a partnership with the Nkwen District Hospital where 50 per cent of their medical bills are taken care of by the council. He also made mention of the of his Council's partnership with the CBC Health Services and has expressed gratitude for their constant support in ensuring that the Council's development agenda on Inclusion comes to fulfillment. 

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