Moffi Holds Medical Outreach in Honour of Grandad

Super Eagles and OGC Nice striker, Terem Moffi, has kicked off a medial outreach for his local community in Nigeria.

The free medical checks and care for over a thousand people is dedicated to the memory of his grandfather, Chief Alada Moffi.

History was, therefore, made on Saturday, March 30, 2024, when people of his ancestral home, Ishibori, in Ogoja Local Government Area of Cross River State thronged the town hall.

Following the checks, the beneficiaries consulted the doctors who were on hand to attend to them.

Drugs were prescribed and dispensed to them on a wide-range of medical conditions.

The elderly were the first set to be attended to, after which others took their turn.

The community service also had participants go home with bags of rice and other food items for the Easter.

Before the commencement of the event, one of the community leaders, Dr. Ikani Wogar, addressed the teeming crowd and took the opportunity to tell them that the programme was put together by one of their sons, Terem Moffi, in memory of his late grandfather, Chief Alada Moffi.

He told them that Terem decided to give back to the community where he is from and to honour the memory of his grandfather, who was a respected son of the community.

In the course of the exercise, many of the participants were thankful to their son, Terem, for his kindness.

A lot of them offered prayers to God, wishing Terem greater heights in his career.

In particular, one of the leaders of the community who made himself available to see to the organisation of the event, Joe Ishaka, lauded Terem for the initiative described as the first of its kind.

He said he was delighted to see the sheer joy on the faces of hundreds of the people.

Organisers promised that the medical outreach would be a regular event.