ANHEJ, Group Provides Free Eye Screening For FCT Journalists

Due to the immense amount of work journalists have to do with their laptops, iPhones, desktop computers, and other electronic gadgets, the Association of Nigerian Health Journalists (ANHEJ), in partnership with Excellent Leadership For Sustainable Development and Good Governance, has concluded plans to conduct a medical outreach in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for journalists.

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) and the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria FRCN Chapel are also part of the collaboration.

In a statement on Tuesday, Hassan Zaggi, the ANHEJ president, said that the medical outreach is aimed at providing journalists, who, due to the nature of their work do not have time to go to the hospital regularly for routine checks, especially the condition of their eyes.

“The medical outreach is a timely opportunity to conduct vital checks and eyes screening. The medical outreach, which will be comprehensive, will see our partner- Excellent Leadership For Sustainable Development and Good Governance bringing a consortium of health experts who are specialists in different fields.

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