The Daughters of Charity St. Vincent De Paul John Paul II clinic and maternity at Eeken begins operation years after the kidnapping of her reverend sister
The clinic and maternity at Eeken were built years ago to render and provide medical services to the less privileged in society and especially the rural dwellers.
N-Press Port-Harcourt correspondent who visited the hospital following the recent resumption of operations gathered that the Bishop in charge of Port-Harcourt Diocese of Immaculate Catholic Church ordered for reopening of the clinic.
Speaking to N-Press Port-Harcourt correspondent during the visit, about three pioneer staff of the clinic told our Correspondent that operation in the clinic stopped following the kidnapping of a reverend sister that was coming from a program on 10/10/2018.
Mrs. Tambari, one of the pioneer staff of the clinic said insecurity was the reason why the operations stopped in the clinic not until the Bishop in charge of Port-Harcourt Diocese ordered the reopening of the clinic in July this year.
N-Press Port-Harcourt also learned that the clinic has saved a lot of lives as Daughters of Charity St. Vincent De Paul John Paul II Clinic and Maternity Eeken is the only clinic within the district aside from the general hospital in Bori, the local government headquarters.