- Ibrahim Mahama has done an act of benevolence in his hometown, Bole-Bamboi
- He built a two-bedroom nurses bungalow for the Chache CHPS Compound in Bole District.
- The facility would accommodate a resident nurse for the CHPS compound which previously had no resident nurse
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The brother of the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, Ibrahim Mahama has done an act of benevolence in his hometown Bole.
The Chief Executive Officer of Engineers and Planners, built a two-bedroom nurses bungalow for the Chache CHPS Compound in Bole.
At a ceremony to hand over the facility to the Bole District Health Directorate Member of Parliament for Bole-Bamboi Constituency Alhaji Yussif Sulemana admonished the health directorate to facilitate the posting of a midwife to the health facility, as reported by 3News.com.
Sulemana said the gesture will curb the stress pregnant women go through travelling several kilometers to access health care.
On his part, the Bole District Director of Health Service, David Bakura, revealed that nurses who were earlier posted to the facility refused postings due to the accommodation challenge.
He stated that the facility will solve the accommodation related challenges nurses grappled with in the community.
“Like Oliver Twist, I want to ask other philanthropists in the District and beyond to support the directorate to renovate other dilapidated facilities in the district.”
In other news, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, fulfilled his promise to build a new house for Dari Poga, an 80-year-old woman with leprosy who has been abandoned by her children.
This follows a Joy News report that highlighted the plights of the elderly woman.
Dari Poga suffered from leprosy at a very young age and had to resort to the usage of concoctions to treat her ailment.
In spite of the treatment, however, she has lost all 10 fingers and now uses only her two toes to walk.
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