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Traditional Medicine Practitioners partner Mallam Kawu Youths Rehabilitation, Orphanage Center Bauchi

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By Usman Shehu, Bauchi 

 The Proprietor and founder of Mallam Kawu Youths Rehabilitation and Orphanage Center in Bauchi, has been assured of total involvement into all activities of the National Association of Nigerian Traditional Medicine Practitioners.

The National President of the association, Dr. (Alh.) Shaba Maikudi gave the assurance in Bauchi during the course of his visit to the centre, noting that the orphans are very sound and we’ll packaged.

Alhaji Shaba who was conducted round the various units of the rehabilitation centre said that according to the World Health Organization (WHO), 85 to 95 percent of the world population defends natural medicine.

Maikudi observed that the centre is more of correctional than rehabilitation, and further assured that the association will partner with all relevant agencies both within and outside the country in ensuring that the aims and objectives of the centre are achieved

“I’m really impressed with what I have seen in this centre, and I want to assure you that we would articulate into most of our projects”, Maikudi said.

He also directed that all the workable plans of the orphanage and rehabilitation centre be forwarded to the national secretariat of the association in order to convince the government and foreign missions on how to assist the centre.

Earlier in his welcome address,  the proprietor of  Malam Kawu Youths Rehabilitation and Orphanage Centre, Mallam Abdullah Tahir expressed delight with the visit of the association’s president which he described as a mark of honour to the centre.

Mallam Tahir expressed gratitude to the Bauchi state government, especially it’s media organizations, as well as other national and private media outfits for their continued free services, assistance, support and cooperation in carrying out activities of the centre.

Tahir unfolded expansion plan of the centre to the association president following the purchased of a nearby widow’s house which building materials are being sought to erect accommodation structures.

He called for more assistance, support and cooperation from government and non-governmental organizations, philanthropists, national and international donor agencies to make the centre more reputable internationally.

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