Staffs of Nwamase Community clinic
The Nzemahene in the Kwadaso Municipality of Ashanti Region,Nana Boadu Nkansah Ayeboafo has hit the headlines once again
this time for absorbing three months electricity bills to cover April, May and June forabout fifty nurses at two health facilities in two neighboring communities in the wake of the lockdown order. Additionally,
He offered some food relief package running into thousands of Ghana Cedis.
The frontline health beneficiaries at Aburaso Methodist Hospital and Nwamase Community Clinic each had a number of bags of rice, cooking oil and tins of sardines.
This comes barely five days when he provided every household in his area with some food interventions and undisclosed sums of money to support them in the era of the lockdown.
Within the same week Nana Nkansah Ayeboafo absorbed 50 percent of electricity bills for the residents for the next three months.
Presenting the items at the Aburaso Hospital on behalf of Nana Nkansah Ayeboafo, the secretary,
Hon Nana Obuor Sika ,addressing the media on behalf of Nzemahene ,Nana Nkansah Boadu Ayeboafo
Hon Nana Obuor Sika noted with concern the risk involved in the performance of their duties and the commitment exhibited in the period of coronavirus hence the need to contribute his widow’s mite to lessen their burden.
Staffs of Aburaso methodist Hospital
Receiving the items the Nurse Manager,Ms Rachel Nyamekye Boakye,appreciated
Nana’s kind gesture.”She pointed out.
At the Nwamase Community Clinic the Chief Nurse, commended the Chief’s efforts in coming to their aid when least expected she said.
By: Simon opoku Afriyie-OTEC FM