Some mothers at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital were thankful to have musician Black Sherif pay them a visit at the health facility.
The ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ hitmaker as a philanthropic gesture paid the fees of mothers who were unable to settle their bills after they were discharged.
The Ridge Hospital as it is known shared pictures of Black Sherif with the ecstatic mothers.
Black Sherif settles medical bills for some mothers who were unable to pay after being discharged at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital.@blacksherif_ also provided the mothers with food and toiletries.— GARH-RIDGE (@RidgeHospitalGH) January 18, 2023
The hospital’s administration is grateful to him for the gesture. pic.twitter.com/cWThQM0aM9
Aside from paying off their bills, Black Sherif also provided the mothers with some goodies.
In a video, the musician also entertained them, performing some of his biggest hits.
Watch how we received @blacksherif_ at GARH. The mothers who were unable to pay their bills after giving birth are grateful.— GARH-RIDGE (@RidgeHospitalGH) January 18, 2023
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“Black Sherif settles medical bills for some mothers who were unable to pay after being discharged at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital. @blacksherif_ also provided the mothers with food and toiletries,” the hospital announced on its social media handles.
Ridge Hospital indicated that the administration is grateful to the musician for the gesture.
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