The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA), Ambassador Mike Oquaye Jr., has made a personal donation of GHC10,000 to the Ga East Municipal Hospital. He also took part in a health screening exercise organized by the Ga East Municipal Hospital and the Ga East Municipal Assembly at the Kwabenya cluster of schools.
The event was focused on offering residents free health examination, blood donation, mental and dental checks, and general medical information.
Ambassador Oquaye Jr. further showed his deep dedication to the Kwabenya community by actively taking part in blood donation exercise organised on the day..
Speaking to the media during the donation, he noted that apart from making a generous personal donation of GHS 10,000, his outfit is committed to pay the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) registration fees for all children under the age of 18.
He added that the move is part of his commitment and dedication to enhancing the life and health of young people to offer them access to quality healthcare.
The event included a variety of crucial health screenings, such as cholesterol checks, blood pressure checks, glucose tests, malaria and hepatitis B screenings.
Present during the event were the Municipal Chief Executive for Ga East, Elizabeth Kaakie Mann; the Municipal Director of Health service, Dr. Mrs. Selorm Kutsoati; and Madam Sheela Oppong Sakyi, from the Sheela Foundation.
The attendees expressed their sincere gratitude and admiration for Mr Oquaye Jr.’s steadfast dedication and significant contribution, saying his charitable activities continue to have positive impact on the lives of the people in the area.