Drugs ,food items donated to Tamale Shekinah Clinic

The Dagbon Development Association (DDA) based in Australia has supported the Shekinah Clinic with assorted food items worth over six thousand (6,000) Ghana cedis.

The items included 20 bags of rice, eight gallons of cooking oil, packages of tin tomatoes.

Alhaji Sabonkudi Fuseini who made the presentation yesterday in Tamale, also donated assorted drugs worth GHC 3,000 to the clinic.

He also presented the clinic with one thousand Ghana cedis to the management for the upkeep of destitutes in the clinic.

He explained that the rationale behind the donation was to assist the management of the clinic to continue with the humanitarian services.

Alhaji Fuseini noted that the management of clinic was doing a great job hence the presentation to motivate them to do more.

He hinted the DDA which is made up of professionals of the Dagbombas in Australia would not hesitate to offer more assistance to the clinic

“The presentation of items and money is to encourage the management of Shekinah clinic to continue their charitable work,” he stated.

Alhaji Fuseini said the presentation of the items was just the beginning of more assistance to the clinic.

Alhaji Mohammed Haroon Cambodia, management member of the clinic commended DDA for the assistance.

He said the donation had come at the right time to put a smile on the faces of the destitute at the clinic.

Alhaji Cambodia who is the Northern Regional Director of the Ghana Education Service added that the assistance will also benefit mentally challenged persons in the area.

He appealed to other individuals and philanthropists to emulate the shining example of DDA by donating to the clinic.

Shekinah clinic is the only clinic that offers health services to mentally challenged persons and destitutes in the region.

From: Yakubu Abdul-Majeed, Tamale

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