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Group educates public on need to stop stigmatizing epilepsy patients

As part of activities to mark the 28 World Epilepsy Day popularly known as purple day, Angie Epilepsy Foundation on Monday embarked on sensitization walk around some major roads and streets in Benin City.

President of the foundation, Angela Asemota said the aim of the exercise is to end the stigmatization against people living with Epilepsy especially children.

Aigboje Ikhuoria has more.

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