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Omanhene Of New Juaben Commends The Chief And People Of Koforidua Zango For Promoting Development

By Abubakar Garba Osuman

The Omanhene of New Juaben Traditional Area, Nana Kweku Boateng III, has lauded the residents of Koforidua Zango for bringing development to the traditional area.

He made this comment when the Eastern Regional Zango Chief, Alhaji Mohammed

Hashiru Issah IV, presented to him more than fifty (50) oxygen concentrators for

distribution to health facilities in and around Koforidua.

Welcoming the Zango chief and his entourage to his palace, Nana Kweku Boateng III said it is important to initiate self-help programmes to add up to what the government is rolling

out for the people of New Juaben “and this exactly what the people of Koforidua Zango are

doing”.

These works, according to the Omanhene cannot be achieved without harmony among the

people. “It is therefore key for all of us to promote peaceful coexistence in order to benefit from the progress that is coming to our cherished community.”

The Omanhene commended the children of Koforidua Zango living abroad for not

forgetting home, and the thought to provide the oxygen concentrators.

The Sarkin Zango together with the Gyasehene of New Juaben Traditional Area, Nana

Twumasi Dankwa, presented twenty pieces of the equipment, on behalf of the Omanhene,

to the Eastern Regional Hospital in Koforidua.

Nana Twumasi Dankwa said, he hopes the hospital would serve patients who are in dire

need.

Receiving the items, the Administrator of the hospital, Madam Mary Amponsah Kotia, was

extremely happy because, according to her, the oxygen concentrators have come at a time

when they are most needed. “And may God compensate, in abundant measure, those who

made this donation possible.” She prayed.

Other health centres which benefited from the donation are Jumapo Clinic, Koforidua

Zongo Health Centre, Koforidua Polyclinic and St. Joseph Hospital.

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