Owo Iba Ke Otu Owo Ita Enieghe Ekamba (akwa) Udònghò Ami Mbakara Ekot’o Cancer E’sie E’du Uwem Utu Ke Ndo Mkpò Nte Isua Ition. Mme Afo, Mme Mbòghò Idung A’nie Udònghò Ami, Adi’nie Ifiòk Mbangha Anye Akeme Inwam Ke Adi’du Ye Udònghò Cancer
Mmfin ami ado usen esioho enim adino mme owo usobo, ifiok ye uwana mbanha udonnho cancer. Sangha di mbono nnyin.
Wed anyin mfo ye phone number mfo ye mmbeme mfo nno 08114574803
Mmfin ami ado ekamba usen Eni esioho enim eno mmeowo ya ebo item, usobo, uwana ke adi kok udonngho cancer ke obio nnyin.
Etop ami ato ufok esehe mkpo ebannha udonngho cancer ke obio nnyin.
(Translation by SpeakIbibio & Ubong Inyang)
2 in every 3 people diagnosed with cancer survive at least 5 years. Whether you have cancer or are close to someone who does, understanding what to expect can help you cope.
Today February 4 is World Cancer Day; Do you know anyone that needs information, comfort or awareness? Then join our /Textwhatsapp awareness by simply sending (Your name, #CancerAwareness #GSCUyoHub #Question #Preferred Language Ibibio/Oro/Annang) via text/whatsapp to 0811 457 4803
World Cancer Day aims to save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness and education about cancer, and pressing governments and individuals across the world to take action against the disease.