More than 1, 000 people living in Nkambe in the North West region have received free medical screening from the Rapid Intervention Battalion, BIR.
This was during a three day health campaign organized by BIR soldiers as part of the civilio-military activities in the area.
Speaking at the closing ceremony of the event, Colonel Francoise Pelele, General Coordinator of BIR said it was a way to appreciate the population for refusing separatist fighters in the area.“Choosing Nkambe to launch this
campaign isn’t by accident but because
the population is peaceful and collaborative. We have worked with them and
realised they had problems especially in
the domain of heath,” the BIR boss said
“Choosing Nkambe to launch this campaign is not by accident but because
the population is peaceful and collaborative. We have worked with them and realised they had problems especially in the domain of heath,” the BIR boss said
The soldiers also handed two brand new incubators to the Nkambe district hospital
The population consulted and prescribed drugs for free.
Since 2017, we have staked our lives to provide tailor-made news reports to our readers from war zones and hot political rivalries in Cameroon - And we do so for FREE. As a small online media now reaching over 100,000 monthly readers on all our platforms, we have to rely on hiring a small team to help keep you informed The best way to support our online reporting is by considering a measly sum for our team on the ground as little as $1. Now you can make a donation to us below, it only takes one click...