Dormaa East Member of Parliament Donates 100 Bags of Cement to Support Emergency Ward Construction at Wamfie Hospital.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Dormaa East Constituency, Honourable Paul Twum-Berima has donated a number of 100 bags of cement to support an ongoing construction of Emergency ward at the Wamfie District Hospital in the Bono Region.
The MP’s donation forms part of the appeal the association’s members made to him to come to their aid to complete the project to help the people in the area.
The emergency ward project which is being constructed by the members of Dormaa East Citizens Abroad across the globe to help uplift the Wamfie District hospital to boost the standard of the hospital to solve emergency cases challenge faced the facility.
Dormaa East Citizens Abroad Association DECAA which was established in 2017 through the members contribution to build a laboratory for the hospital which the then District Director of Health, Madam Margaret requested from the members at her visit to Ohio in USA that brought the members in UK and other countries together to form the association to build something for the hospital.
The Emergency ward which is currently at the lentil level and when finished will help reduce the burden the doctors and nurses are going through whenever there is an emergency cases to handle at the Wamfie District Hospital.
The association representative in Ghana, Mr. Timothy Tutu, on behalf of the association thank the Memeber of Parliament for his donation of 100 bags of cement to support the project and believes what the MP has done will go a long way to help the project to be completed on time to promote health service delivery at the hospital.
Source: Opamago Paparichy / Alrich24newsgh.com