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Kaleo Ahmadiyya Muslim Hospital commended

2010-09-01 20:39:18
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The Upper West Regional Minister, Alhaji Issahaku Salia, has commended the management of Kaleo Ahmadiyya Muslim Hospital for their hard work and commitment towards quality health delivery in the Region.

“Government recognizes and appreciates the contribution the Ahmadiyya Muslims have made so far in the area of health and education”.

Alhaji Salia made the commendation when he visited the hospital on Monday at Kaleo to acquaint himself with some of the challenges confronting the hospital.

Alhaji Salia was accompanied by Mr Bernard K. Puozuing, Jirapa District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr Robert Bakah Wavei, DCE for Sissala West, Mr Abu Kansangbata, DCE for Nadowli and Mr Seidu Tungbani, DCE for Wa West.

He said government was committed to improving the health sector through the provision of adequate infrastructure and other logistics to equip the existing hospitals and open new ones.

He gave the assurance that government would extend a hand of support to the hospital whenever resources were available.

Alhaji Salia, who also inspected a new building project being put up by the hospital, urged the management of the hospital never to relent in their effort to render quality health care services to the people.


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