Ghana’s biggest private morgue inaugurated at Akim Oda

Ghana’s biggest private mortuary, The Community Hospital Mortuary and Funeral Home, has been inaugurated at Akim Oda in the Birim Central District of the Eastern Region.

The 600-body facility which is located at Oda-Nkwanta, serves as one-stop-shop for all funeral activities. It also has a conference room and a beautiful landscape where families of bereaved persons can hold funerals.

The ultra modern facility has a mini-church, consortium of professional undertakers and funeral directors, who provide services to give befitting burial to the departed.

Speaking at the ceremony to inaugurate the facility, Mr. Abraham Dwumah Odoom, former Deputy Minister of Health in the John Agyekum Kufuor administration, urged Ghanaians to put aside their political affiliations and work hard to bring total development to the country.

Mr. Dwumah Odoom stressed, no single political party can develop the country and therefore it is in our own interest that we remain in unity and make the country better for us and the future generation.

Nana Dwamena Akenten (with scissors), being assisted by Regent of Akyem Kotoku traditional area, Obrempong Gyamfi Saforo Kyereh to cut the tape to inaugurate The Community Hospital Mortuary and Funeral Home, Oda-Nkwanta.

The colourful event was heavily patronised by chiefs and people of Akim Kotoku, who commended management of the facility for siting the it there.

The Community Hospital Mortuary and Funeral Home, Oda-Nkwanta, is the latest addition to the Community Group of Hospitals which currently operates in Ashongman Estates in Accra and Oda-Nkwantanum also in Akim Oda.

Management says plans are far advanced to open another branch at Kukurantumi in the Eastern Region which is currently under construction, to extend quality health care to the people.

  Story by Ghana | | Jerry Tsatro Mordy | [email protected]

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