- A Ghanaian midwife in the Sekyere Afram Plains District in the Ashanti region, Dominica Loglo, has self-sponsored a party for expectant and new mothers
- The Ghanaian midwife threw the party for women who were slated for delivery within November and December 2019, with her own resources
- Photos of their get-together have been sighted by YEN.com.gh
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Dominica Loglo, a Ghanaian midwife in the Sekyere Afram Plains District in the Ashanti region, has organised a party for pregnant woman at the Hamidu CHPS Compound to help promote maternal and child health.
In an effort to put flashing smiles on the faces of the expectant mothers and to discourage home delivery, Dominica Loglo, organised a get-together for the pregnant women and new mothers who delivered within November and December 2019.
Loglo’s benevolent gesture follows Margaret Afriyie, Ghanaian midwife and God-sent, who received great commendation for her love and compassion towards the poor and needy especially pregnant mothers in under-served communities.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Margaret Afriyie, a native of Ahafo Ano South-East District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, uses ''the proceeds from the cabbage and maize farm to procure the gifts for the new mothers and pregnant women who visit the clinic for antenatal and postnatal care.''
The recent effort by Dominica Loglo to encourage pregnant women in her district to come and deliver at the facility and demotivate them from delivering at home has emerged in photos.
YEN.com.gh has sighted the photos and amplifies a commendable gesture aimed at not just igniting the inner joys of the expectant mothers but also discourage pregnant women who have not had the required antenatal care from giving birth at home.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that in what has been widely considered derogatory, Ghanaian UK-based man of God, Reverend Dr. David Antwi, has been videoed describing church instrumentalists who play and expect to be paid as thieves.
Worse, he 'christened' them ''Satan's cousins''.
Reverend Dr. David Antwi has caused massive uproar among church instrumentalists who consider his remarks disparaging and demeaning of their service to the church and God’s Kingdom.
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