Naagyei FM CEO donates to Health Directorates in Bono East and Ashanti Regions

The CEO of Nick Broadcasting Limited, Nick Danso Abiam has presented several items that will help in the prevention of Coronavirus disease to Health Directorates in Bono East and Ashanti Regions.

The CEO of Nick Broadcasting Limited, Nick Danso Abiam has presented several items that will help in the prevention of Coronavirus disease to Health Directorates in Bono East and Ashanti Regions.

The beneficiary facilities are Techiman, Nkoranza North, Nkoranza South, Ejura Sekyedumase and Ashanti Mampong Health Directorates.

Mr Bright Adu Boahene, General Manager of Akyaa FM which is one of the subsidiaries of Nick Broadcasting Limited, who presented the items on behalf of the CEO to the Health Directorates in the Bono Region stated that the donation forms part of the firm’s corporate social responsibility.

He noted that in the wake of the outbreak of coronavirus in Ghana the company considered it important and necessary to contribute its widow’s mite to ensure that the virus does not spread to the above-mentioned areas.

Mr. Henry Amo aka Henry Lord, the General Manager of Ejura-based Naagyei FM which is also a subsidiary of Nick Broadcasting Limited on behalf of the CEO, presented the items to the Ejura Sekyedumase Health Directorate.

The Public Health Officer of the Ejura Sekyedumase Health Directorate, Mr Kwadwo Boateng receiving the items on behalf of the Ejura Government Hospital, St. Luke Hospital and Sekyedumase Health Centre and others CHPS compounds expressed his outfit’s gratitude to the CEO of Nick Broadcasting Limited and promised to put the items to good use.

He noted that the donation of the items is timely as several health facilities are ill-equipped to prevent or fight the coronavirus which has so far attacked 205 persons in Ghana and killed 5 persons.

He appealed to philanthropists to help the directorate acquire infrared gun thermometers which are important tools for healthcare delivery.

Mr Kwadwo Boateng disclosed that among the several health facilities in the municipality, only the Ejura Hospital currently has infrared gun thermometers.

Source: Naagyeifmonline.com