The Member of Parliament for Nkawkaw constituency, Joseph Frempong has donated medical equipment to the Abetifi Training College.
The items include, 2 sets of electronic beds, gloves, sanitizers, neutralizers, files, inhalation therapy and other medical equipment at a cost of GH¢120,000 to his Former school Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education.
The college made an appeal to the MP during its 70th anniversary on last Saturday, June 18th, in which the MP could not attend but delegated representatives to represent him.
The school during their thank you visit to the MP appealed for medical equipment to stuff its newly constructed internal clinic.
“I completed Abetico training college and so it’s my Alma mater. They celebrated their 70th anniversary, but unfortunately, a delegation was sent to represent me because I had a meeting. But at the same time, they told us they have constructed an internal clinic which they would require some medical equipment and we provide them with assorted items for the clinic, an Overall doctor’s apparel, machines for oxygen consumption, robes and other medical equipment”, he said while speaking to Republic FM’s Andy Frimpong Manso.
He further said, he was made aware that the clinic will not only cater for the students but will also contribute to the health service of the entire Abetifi community.
The MP further added that, additional educational materials will be disbursed to the GES directorate in Abetifi.
He advised that the equipment must be well attended by and that proper maintenance must be put in place for the betterment of the people.