Banahene Specialist Hospital: Ghanaian Twin Brothers set up huge Ultramodern Hospital near Spintex Road

Banahene Specialist Hospital: Ghanaian Twin Brothers set up huge Ultramodern Hospital near Spintex Road

  • A set of Ghanaian twins have set up a huge hospital with modern facilities by joining hands together
  • The old students of Opoku Ware Senior High School have started recruiting staff who are alumni of their school
  • Ghanaians have been expressing their thoughts on the location of the hospital and the mode of recruitment

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Two Ghanaian brothers who are past students of the Opoku Ware Senior High School have set up a beautiful ultramodern hospital near the Spintex Road in Accra.

Kwabena Nsafoa, a revered Facebook user who shared information about the medical facility which is called Banahene Specialist Hospital, also indicated that the medical staff for the hospital is being recruited in a special way.

Banahene Specialist Hospital: Ghanaian Twin Brothers set up huge Ultramodern Hospital on Spintex Road
Banahene Specialist Hospital: Ghanaian Twin Brothers set up huge Ultramodern Hospital on Spintex Road
Source: Facebook

Little information is available online about the twins but checks conducted by YEN.com.gh revealed that the exact address of the hospital is Box 349, Nii Ankrah Road, Sakumono

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The medical facility also operates 24 hours.

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What Ghanaians are saying

After reading the exciting story, below were some social media reactions from Ghanaians

Prince Osei Bonsu:

U build in Accra and starts employing from Kumasi, indirectly you taking the quality also away from the City. It's their personal decision but we aren't gonna clap over this.

Kabral Blay Amihere:

Congrats to the Banahenes. Don’t forget your senior brothers of Augusco in the recruitment. We are one family.

Osei Assibey:

Guys suggesting that they should have built the hospital in Kumasi, cool down. The twins are my mates in Owass and they didn't grow up in Kumasi or Asante region. Let's allow people to make their investment decisions. They could have built the hospital in their native Sefwi Bekwai

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The hospital will help improve health care delivery in Ghana,

There is limited access to hospitals in Ghana and the ones available are choked.

A few months ago, a disturbing video surfaced on social media showing the deplorable state of nursing mothers lying on the bare floor with their day-old babies.

The investment of the twins in a medical facility will, therefore, go a long way to benefit ordinary Ghanaians.

Government's intervention

The government of Ghana has also recognized the need to improve access to hospitals across the country, prompting President Akufo-Addo to launch the Agenda 111 project.

As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the president announced that the 88 districts would be getting 88 district hospitals under the government’s Agenda 111 project.

According to him, the hospitals will be completed by February 2023 which makes it 18 months from today.

President Akufo-Addo made this known during the sod-cutting ceremony at Trede in the Ashanti Region.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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