The Eye Foundation Hospital Group is the leading eye care services provider in Sub Saharan Africa with a number of outlets across the country and partners worldwide.
I’m not trying to impress you, that’s a fact. I have known of their existence for over 8 years and I can attest that their equipment are state of the art, plus they have unbeatable facilities and a serene environment in all their centres.
They run quite a number of charitable events every year in their quest to “prevent blindness” and this month, on the 22nd – 24th of March 2017, at the Eye Foundation Hospital on Old Ondo-Benin road, Ilese, Ijebu-Imusin, Ogun State, they will be offering voluntary free high quality eye-screening for people with eye problems. Edit
If you don’t live close to the hospital but would still like to benefit from this opportunity, don’t worry about accomodation, because Geo-Bajas Hotel is located straight opposite the Eye Hospital and they will wow you with their affordable rates and guest services.
The last time I went for an eye checkup is either 10 or 20 years ago, so this is a great opportunity for me to get a checkup. If you are just like me or you have eye problems you have been ignoring, don’t miss this opportunity to get checked, because they will also be offering subsidized eyes surgeries, eye drops and eye glasses.
Who’s up for the fight against preventable blindness in their community & country? I AM. If you also are, go ahead and spread the word, share this post. Sharing is caring, isn’t it?
#GBHIjebu is pledging their support for the fight against preventable blindness by offering a whooping 50% discount on its chalets and suites between 22nd & 24th March 2017. Mention the discount code: “Mary Job Blog” to be eligible.
Cheers and 💋 from your personal blogger. Mary Job ❤.