Chairman of Ghana Link/UNIPASS, Nick Danso Adjei, has donated two incubators from the United Kingdom (UK) worth GH¢100, 000 to the St. Theresa’s Hospital at Nkoranza in the Bono East Region.
The President of Nick International Holdings said at the brief but impressive ceremony that the donation became necessary after the administrators made a plea through his grandfather Nana Ankomako, the Sessiman Ntoa Bosomfour of Nkoranza.
Also CEO of Nick Broadcasting Limited, operators of Ejura-based Naagyei FM and Nkoranza based Akyeaa FM, Nick Danso Adjei disclosed that even though he already had plans of providing incubators to hospitals across the country, it would have been at a later date and time until the request came and he had no option than to go to the aid of the hospital.
Mr Danso Adjei emphasized the importance of incubators in the delivery of quality health and disclosed how he personally benefitted from incubators when almost all his children born abroad had to be kept in the machine for some time after birth.
This is not the only donation he’s made to the facility, he single handedly built mortuary for the hospital which is the only one serving the entire municipality.
According to Mr Nick Danso Adjei who is also the President of Ghana Link Network Services Limited, he would soon honour his promise of donating incubators to the Ejura Government Hospital.
He said the same would be done for Techiman and that hopeful by next year he would import more of the incubators and donate to other hospitals across the country.
Most Rev. Father Dominic Nyarko Yeboah, Bishop of Techiman Diocese of the Catholic Church was very appreciative of the gesture and pleaded with all well to do individuals to emulate Mr Adjei’s benevolence as a way of building a society we could be all proud of.
The occasion was graced by Traditional leaders, clergy and politicians including the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kwame Baffoe aka Abronye DC and Prof. Christopher Ameyaw- Akumfi.