Ekiti Community Donates Land for Medical Centre’s Take-off

The Elekole of Ikole-Ekiti, Oba Adewunmi Fasiku, says that the community has donated 20 hectares of land for the smooth take-off of the newly approved Federal Medical Centre, Ikole-Ekiti.

Fasiku hailed President Bola Tinubu for the upgrade of the specialist hospital in the community to FMC and said it was a great development which the community would guide jealousy.

The Elekole, represented by the Olotinoba Ode of Ikole, who is the Second-in-Command to the Elekole, Chief Oluwasayo Okunola and the Asolo of Ikole, who is also the Chairman, Traditional Chiefs in Ekiti, Chief Olu Ogunsakin, spoke at a well-attended appreciation rally at Ikole-Ekiti on Wednesday.

Among the inscriptions on the placards carried during the rally are “Grateful for the upgrade to medical centre”, “FMC Ikole, thank you Mr President”, “Thank you for making healthcare accessible to all”, Healthcare transformation appreciated” and “Ikole Youths say Thank you Mr President”.

Oba Fasiku said, “FMC at Ikole-Ekiti would enhance better access to qualitative healthcare delivery by people and fast track economic growth.”

The community leaders seized the opportunity to call on the government to assist in putting an end to the upsurge in kidnapping in the area and provide them with more social amenities.

Also, in their contributions, the Alamo of Ilamo, Oba Adebayo Awoseyila, described the approval of FMC in Ikole as a blessing.

The Chairmen of Ikole Local Government, Chief Bayo Omojola and Ikole West LCDA, Mrs Mosunmola Adeyemo, said that the hospital would attract infrastructure development and create employment for the teeming youths.