The National Service Personnel at the National Accreditation Board (NAB) have donated items worth about Gh¢2000 to the LEKMA Hospital.
The donation was part of activities to bring to an end their service to NAB and social responsibility.
Handing over the items on behalf of the service personnel, Bismark A.O. Gyamfi, the spokesperson for the group, explained that giving back to society was of great importance to them, more so when their investigation revealed that the Maternal Unit was under a lot of pressure and needed some items.
The items donated included baby wipes, t-rolls, baby diapers, detergent, bleach, soaps and 20 buckets.
The Deputy Director of Nursing Services of the hospital, Madam Stella Siriboe, expressed great appreciation for the kind gesture.
“We are highly impressed with this donation which will augment and cushion the Maternal Unit. In fact, this is the first time that national service personnel have donated to the hospital.”
She encouraged the public to take a cue from the gesture to make donations to facilities in the country to support and reduce the cost of health care delivery.
The leader of the group, Bismark Gyamfi was full of praise and admiration for the Executive Secretary of the National Accreditation Board, Dr. Kingsley Nyarko for supporting such a noble cause and challenged all National Service Personnel to go the extra mile wherever they may find themselves.
The group was accompanied by Lawrence Kwarteng-Ashia, Head, Public Relations and the Human Resource Manager, Anita Andrews Nanfuri.
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