- As part of the ongoing Operation Python Dance campaign, the Nigerian army’s 82nd Division is providing free medical services in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state
- Patients are being given free medical diagnosis, as well as drugs, by a team of military doctors, nurses and others
- The campaign, also known as Exercise EGWU EKE II, is in its second phase
- The first phase was conducted in 2016
The Nigerian army’s 82nd Division is providing free medical services in Abakaliki local government area, Ebonyi state, as part of the ongoing Operation Python Dance campaign.
The event was made public on the Facebook page of Colonel SK Usman, the deputy director, army public relations, 82 Division.
NAIJ.com gathers that the military personnel which include doctors, nurses and other staff are diagnosing ailments and dispensing medications free of charge to patients.
The outreach is taking place at the Nwagwu Community Primary School.
See pictures from the event:
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the Nigerian military released its contact numbers for Nigerians residing in areas where the Operation Python Dance II will take place.
The exercise started fully on September 15, in Abia, Anambra, Cross River, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states.
The deputy director, army public relations, 82 Division, Colonel Sagir Musa, stated that the action was prompted by the military's willingness to carry members of the public along in its operations.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video asking if Operation Python Dance should be canceled: