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TCAO integrates 100 widows into Lagos Health Insurance Scheme

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A faith based Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO, The Counselling Ambassadors Organisation, TCAO, has integrated 100 widows in Lagos into the State’s Health Insurance Scheme.The organisation paid for their health insurance scheme for a whole year.

The registration of the benefitting widows was done at the annual Christmas programme of the organisation at the Ikeja Local Government Secretariat, with the theme: “Behold Your God.”

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TCAO’s President and lead counsellor, Pastor Regina Iyabo Obasa said the initiative was to help the widows access good quality of life, including health care.

According to Obasa, “TCAO is a faith-based Organisation and everything that will assist human being to live well, to live decent life, mentoring, empowerment, counselling and of course, much of welfare work, that’s what we do.

“We believe that if you are healthy, you’ll be able to do whatever you want to do, so, we decided to help the widows, many of whom are indigent so that if anything goes wrong health wise, they will have that initial assistance.

“In addition to catering for their spiritual well being, we decided to pay for a one year policy under the Lagos State health insurance, so that they won’t have to worry about paying hospital bills and we believe that this will enable them to be able to focus on other things.”

A cross section of widows at the event
A cross section of widows at the event

The representative of the General Manager, Lagos State Health Management Scheme, Mrs Abiodun Abubakar explained that with the N8,500 policy paid for by the NGO, the beneficiaries would be able to access healthcare free of charge at any government or registered private hospital.

According to her, the policy covers treatment for ailments such as hypertension, diabetes, malaria, typhoid and some other common diseases at designated hospitals.

Some of the benefitting widows who spoke mainly in the Yoruba language expressed gratitude to TCAO for the humane gesture which they said would ease the burden of out of pocket payments and enable them to focus on other areas of life.

During the event, participants were admonished to put their trust in God, while prayers were offered for the well being of the widows, continued peace and unity in Lagos state and the Nation in general.

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