MP for Bole Bamboi equips Hospital, supports Education and Women in his Constituency
The Honorable Member of Parliament (MP) for the Bole-Bamboi constituency, Yussif Sulemana, has procured three sets of delivery beds and other healthcare items to support the Bole hospital in the Northern region. This gesture is aimed at improving accommodation situations in the hospital. The legislator said he is hopeful that the delivery beds would go a long way to help the hospital and the community.
Receiving the items on behalf of the hospital, the district director of health for Bole, Bakuri David, expressed gratitude and promised to put the items to good use for benefits of the society. Other items donated by the MP include three ‘boxer’ motorbikes to facilitate the movement of people in the hospital as well as thirty thermometers, three dell desktop computers, five flat screen television sets, and four hanging bathroom scales.
Meanwhile, the Bole-Bamboi MP has also procured some 260 dual desks at the cost of GHC39, 000.00 for distribution to needy schools in the constituency. He said the source of the funds is from his share of the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund).
Also, a total number of 36 students from the various levels of education have also been given financial support to in clear their fees from the same fund. Three hundred bags of cement have been donated to the Tinga Senior High School to enable the completion of the school’s dormitory.
Vincent Kwesi, the district director of education who received the items on behalf of the Ghana Education Service (GES) thanked the Member of Parliament and promised to make good use of the items donated to ensure massive development in the district.
Other items donated include three packets of Zinc and 30 bags of cement were also donated to the Agblelekame community which currently does not have teachers’ quarters. It is to enable them to put up an infrastructure for teachers who are willing to stay and teach in the community.
The MP also donated seed money to a section of women groups across the Bole –Bamboi constituency. A total amount of GHC 10,000.00 each was given to two groups in Mankuma and Mandari respectively to boost their businesses.
Source: Theresa Adezewa Ayittey