Friday Olokor, Abuja
The International Care Community for All Race and Rural Environment Foundation has suggested regular sex for men who are 40 years and above to prevent prostate cancer.
The Reach-out Representative of ICCAARRE Foundation, Abdulgafar Esuola, made the suggestion on Friday during the organisation’s 2019 men’s week programme held at Gwagwa Karimo, a satellite community in the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja.
He said, “The prostate gland encourages you to discharge its content and by discharging its content, it is giving a form of relief to it. So, we encourage people to have regular sex so as to empty the contents of the prostate gland because it is always going to be producing seminal fluid.”
Esuola also suggested good lifestyles, saying men who are 40 years and above should watch what they eat.
Other measures include reduction in the consumption of alcohol, red meat, regular check-up and exercise and consumption of more fruits.
The President and Founder ICCAARRE Foundation, Eugenia Ndukwe, said the organisation was established for the purpose of caring for the indigent people in the society, especially street children in the rural communities, aged and very poor families.
The Sarki Degaa (traditional ruler) of Karimo Sabo, Umar Gani, commended ICCAARRE Foundation for the opportunity given to the community, saying, “It is something that will live long in our system, this is something we have not gotten knowledge of in the community.”
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