The honourable Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who recently pledged to offer a cash compensation to all private school teachers within his constituency has just announced that, he has redeemed his earlier pledges to the Battor Roman Catholic Hospital, in the North Tongu District of the Volta Region, Ghana.
Mr. Ablakwa, soon after the Minister of Health Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu announced that, Ghana has recorded Coronavirus cases, promised cash compensation to some frontline health workers of the Hospital. According to him, all pledges have successfully been delivered to the Hospital Management to the beneficiaries.
“I was at the Battor Catholic Hospital in my beloved constituency earlier today to redeem my pledge of financial compensation to our frontline COVID-19 Case Management Team.” He announced.
The Ranking Member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Foreign Affairs has also disclosed that, after redeeming his earlier cash compensation pledges to frontline Coronavirus Case Management Team of the hospital, his outfit has, in addition to his one year insurance cover for health workers, provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and completion of isolation centre, is pleased to announced that, all promises made by him to the Hospital have been fulfilled successfully.
“In addition to our one year insurance cover, provision of PPE and the completion of our isolation centre; we have fulfilled all our promises to these astounding Ghanaians.”
Announcing on his social media handles, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, who is also a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) 2020 Manifesto Team said, he has presented additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the Battor Roman Catholic Hospital through the North Tongu District Health Director to be distributed to twenty (20) CHPS zones across the District. The items donated include; twenty (20) digital infrared thermometer and two-thousand (2,000) medical face masks.
“I also called on our District Health Director where I presented 20 digital infrared thermometers and some 2,000 medical face masks for onward distribution to 20 CHPS zones.” He explained.
In conclusion, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa noted that, the fight against the deadly Coronavirus will be successful only if Ghanaians work together in unity and one accord. “Together we shall defeat COVID-19.” He noted