Members of Ghana’s Council of State led by Tumukuoro Babini Kanton representing the Upper West Region and three others have presented a bull and 100 tubers of yam to the inmates of Bole Hospital.
The gesture aims to put smiles on the faces of inmates during the Eid celebration in Bole in the Bole District of the Savannah Region.
Presenting the items on behalf of the Council, Tumukuoro Babini Kanton said the Council, from time to time, identifies institutions or entities to demonstrate compassion with on special occasions.
He said that “this time, the Council has identified the inmates of Bole Hospital to empathise with at the end of the month of Ramadan so that they also enjoy the festive occasion while on admission.”
The delegation also pledged its continuous commitment to the hospital in the discharge of its duty to ensure a healthy society.
While thanking the Council of State for the gesture, the Medical Director of the Bole Hospital, Dr Alfonsus Nindow, reiterated the urgent need for the Bole Hospital Mortuary to be rebuilt.
He indicated that the mortuary, which has existed since the inception of the Hospital, has been closed down for the past 6 months and has outlived its usefulness and appealed to the delegation to carry their request forward to the President for redress.
Dr Nindow said that “currently, as we speak, our mortuary is down completely, and it’s a very key challenge to the district. In the region, we have three main hospitals, here, Damongo and Salaga, and this mortuary serves most of the areas.”
Meanwhile, the delegation comprising the Tumukuoro Babini Kanton, representing the Upper West Region, Kpongriwura Adam Zackaria for Savannah Region and Naa Colonel (retd) Mohammed Tahiru and Naa Professor Bagah first paid a courtesy call on Bolewura Sarfo Kutuge Feso I at his palace in Bole.
At the Palace, the delegation commended Bolewura Sarfo Kutuge Feso I and the Savannah Regional House of Chiefs for showing leadership in the fight against Environmental encroachers and encouraged them to do more to protect the citizenry and generation yet unborn.
“The Council has been following with keen interest from your representative about the giant and bold steps that the Bolewura and the Chiefs and Queens of Bole Traditional Area have taken and are still taking in the fight against Galamsey and the degradation of the forest cover of the land,” the told the Bolewura
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