A National Service Scheme personnel at the Office of the President, Jubilee House, Obeng Daniel Ofosu, has lauded the good works of the Registrar of the Ghana Scholarship Secretariat and NPP parliamentary hopeful in the Abuakwa South constituency, Dr. Kingsley Agyemang.
In an exclusive chat with the Daily Statesman, he emphasised that Dr. Agyemang deserves commendation for the instrumental roles played in the development of Abuakwa South.
He pointed out that, so far, Dr. Agyemang had insured over 26,000 constituents in the Abuakwa South, revealing that the registration of free NHIS began in January 2023.
“Its first edition ended on March 30, with over 12,000 constituents being insured, and its second edition commenced in April and it’s still ongoing. On records, over 26,000 constituents have been insured within just six months. The number of insured constituents looks encouraging, and it is evident in the ‘Kingsley quarterly outlook’ that his focus isn’t only on education, agriculture but health as well. He included health because he knows health is wealth and our health is very important to him,” he stated.
Daniel Ofosu, who is also a PRO of Purveyors of Kinglsey Agyemang, disclosed that the Abuakwa South constituency parliamentary aspirant had organized series of free health screenings for constituents in various communities to improve their health needs.
“The Abuakwa South constituency appreciates you, Dr. Kingsley, for putting constituents’ health at heart and bringing happiness to our doorsteps. It’s been a wonderful journey with you as a leader and we shall cross the river Nile with you,” Mr Daniel Ofosu said
He further extended appreciation to some key personalities in the Abuakwa South constituency for offering help, and making Dr. Kingsley’s task easier.
These individuals, he said, continue to work tirelessly in making sure the parliamentary hopeful’s vision and executions are being implemented.
“I’m making it known that, when writing the history book of Abuakwa South, we wouldn’t turn blind eyes to people like Dr. Michael Ampem Darko, Hon. Dada Joe; Hon. Julius Okyere, constituency secretary for Abuakwa South; and Hon. Felix Nyarko Acheampong, communications officer for Abuakwa South,” he stressed.