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Mampong Presby Church donates TV set to Government Hospital

botchway November 5, 2018

 

Stories from Sebastian R. Freiku     .

The Emmanuel Congregation of the Presbyterian Church at Asante Mampong has donated a 32-inch LED TV set to the Chronic Care Unit of the Mampong Government Hospital.

The District Minister, Rev. Augustine Agyapong Bae, who presented the TV set to the hospital, explained that the workers had made it known during a familiarity visit to the hospital recently, some three weeks ago, that they were in dire need of a television set which would not only entertain clients, but also serve as a source of information and education.

According to Rev. Agyapong Bae, who was accompanied by Rev. Charles Adonteng, Second  Minister of the Emmanuel Congregation, Mr. Daniel Nortey and Mrs. Stella Kortey, both session members, it was imperative for the church to partner the hospital to develop the place and make it more conducive for clients, as each one of us could visit the place any time.

He revealed that it was through his initiative that the Maternity and Labour Ward was given a major facelift, and pledged the church’s commitment to helping other areas that needed renovation and assistance.

Rev. Augustine Agyapong Bae appealed to the authorities to take very good care of the TV set and any donation they may receive from corporate institutions and individuals.

Mr. Collins Kessey, Hospital Administrator, who received the donation on behalf of the medical facility, noted that the gesture was worthy of emulation, and called on residents of Mampong and its environs, both home and abroad, to come and support the hospital.

The Administrator thanked Rev. AgyapongBae and the Emmanuel Congregation for the TV set, and added that such a show of love motivates the staff and goes a long way to ease stress on clients, as TV programmes help to relax them while waiting to be attended to by the workers.

Mr. Kessey assured the church administrators that the donation would be used for the purpose it was intended for, and would be properly maintained.

Mampong Presby Church donates TV set to Government Hospital

Stories from Sebastian R. Freiku

The Emmanuel Congregation of the Presbyterian Church at Asante Mampong has donated a 32-inch LED TV set to the Chronic Care Unit of the Mampong Government Hospital.

The District Minister, Rev. Augustine Agyapong Bae, who presented the TV set to the hospital, explained that the workers had made it known during a familiarity visit to the hospital recently, some three weeks ago, that they were in dire need of a television set which would not only entertain clients, but also serve as a source of information and education.

According to Rev. Agyapong Bae, who was accompanied by Rev. Charles Adonteng, Second  Minister of the Emmanuel Congregation, Mr. Daniel Nortey and Mrs. Stella Kortey, both session members, it was imperative for the church to partner the hospital to develop the place and make it more conducive for clients, as each one of us could visit the place any time.

He revealed that it was through his initiative that the Maternity and Labour Ward was given a major facelift, and pledged the church’s commitment to helping other areas that needed renovation and assistance.

Rev. Augustine Agyapong Bae appealed to the authorities to take very good care of the TV set and any donation they may receive from corporate institutions and individuals.

Mr. Collins Kessey, Hospital Administrator, who received the donation on behalf of the medical facility, noted that the gesture was worthy of emulation, and called on residents of Mampong and its environs, both home and abroad, to come and support the hospital.

The Administrator thanked Rev. AgyapongBae and the Emmanuel Congregation for the TV set, and added that such a show of love motivates the staff and goes a long way to ease stress on clients, as TV programmes help to relax them while waiting to be attended to by the workers.

Mr. Kessey assured the church administrators that the donation would be used for the purpose it was intended for, and would be properly maintained.

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