By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Some Elite One and two referees were spotted on site as medical practitioners tested for Diabetes, hypertension and obesity at no cost at the Isokolo on Thursday, December 16, 2020.
The exercise organized by the Njalla Quan Sports Academy of Limbe and the Grey Lab, patronized by the Iya foundation, SABC via Eau Vitale and XXL is part of the build up to the long-awaited Walk For Life penciled for Saturday, December 19.
Cameroon Elite Championship referees Ngwane Leonard and Tanyi Shadrack are amongst 100 persons that were tested for the mon-sports or insufficient sports provoking ailments on Thursday in Isokolo.
The participation of such top sports men in the exercise highlights the importance of testing for these diseases and participation in sports events like the Walk for life is certainly a good way to combat the diseases.
The event is aimed at achieving a healthier Limbe through sports as part of a handful of activities linked to corporate social responsibility carried out by the 20-year-old Njalla Quan Sports Academy of Limbe on a mission to create a positive impact in Limbe and beyond.
The initiative guided by the theme, “Stay Active, Live Healthy,” is a free-for-all campaign which has attracted at least ten top-notch medical doctors and a battery of nursing experts available over the period of the event.
The ‘Walk for life’ is a non-governmental initiative which has also recieved endorsement from legendary Indomitable forward Albert Roger Milla, plus the celebrated Adolphe Claude Moundi aka Petit Pays amongst others.
In addition to the above-mentioned institutions, the Iya Foundation noted for its multiple humanitarian activities has provided the much needed medical supply for the event.
Lead quality exercise books producers and distributors in Southwest – Cameroon SAMCO paper has provided multiple items which will be distributed to the thousands per results of the raffle draw to be held after the walk.
This is happening at a time when the NQSA of Limbe just clocked 20 years of excellence and one (Under-18s) of its three teams participating in the ongoing Limbe Youth tournament qualified for the final.
The health campaign Caravan will be in Bimbia this Friday and the Walk for life on Saturday across the city.
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