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In Abuja, About 6,000 Residents Depends On Abandoned Health Center

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A primary health care center in Kaduru Bwari, a suburb of Abuja, serves about 6,000 locals but lacks the needed equipment to effectively manage the population.

During a monitoring tour of the community, Tracka assessed the health facility and discovered that it was left to deteriorate despite its central value of serving such a huge number of patients.

“We observed that the facility lacks the following equipment: electricity, water, a perimeter fence and other medical equipment.” Tracka tweeted.

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Residents of the community, according to Tracka bemoaned the inaccessibility to quality health care. According to findings, only eight beds were available in the facility that serves 6,000 locals.

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In Abuja, About 6,000 Residents Depends On Abandoned Health Center 1

A resident of the community, simply identified as Elizabeth told Tracka how the community wrote a petition in 2015, but failed to attract the government’s attention.

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