Regional News Thu, 1 Aug 2013

NGO donates ambulance to Nsawam hospital

Nana Obuobi Aduamah III, Osiahene, (Kingmaker) of Akuapem Anaafoo in the Eastern Region, has donated an ambulance valued at GH¢ 60,000 to the Nsawam Government Hospital.

Nana Obuobi Aduamah, who is also the founder and chairman of Stitching King in Ghana, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), said the ambulance was his support for the hospital in the performance of its duties and the handling of accident victims in order to save lives.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Nsawam, he expressed gratitude to the board members of Stitching King in Ghana and Veiligheids Regio, Rotterdam and Mr Rein van Duvvenbode and his colleagues for their contribution of exporting the ambulance to Ghana.

Nana Aduama has also constructed a clinic at Adamorebe, near Aburi, toliet facilities and a school structure at Adipah, and provided a six-classroom block for the Coaltar community.

Receiving the keys to the ambulance, Mr Mark Amoako Dompreh, Nsawma-Adoagyiri Municipal Chief Executive, and Dr Kofi Ablorh, Municpal Medical Superintendent, thanked Nana Aduamah for the ambulance.

Source: Graphic.com.gh