- The Maker's House Chapel International has donated over GH¢100,000 to the Dialysis Unit of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Beautiful pictures from the presentation of the cash amount have been released on social media by the renowned Ghanaian blogger Ameyaw Debrah
- Since emerging online, netizens have been dishing compliments to celebrate the church for the generous deed
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Ghana-based church The Maker's House Chapel International has donated over GH¢100,000 to the Dialysis Unit of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
The multiple award-winning Ghanaian blogger Ameyaw Debrah posted images from the presentation on Facebook.
According to the details, the donation marks the beginning of many cash gifts to the health establishment.
"This is the initial deposit. We will give them more as the need arises, and it's for dialysis patients only," portions of the caption read.
See the images below:
Ghanaians laud the church for the kind gesture
Following the post, netizens have showered praises on the church under the posts on the media personality's socials.
Archangel Raphael commented:
That's good for them.
Patricia Quainoo said:
Kingsley Turkson reacted:
God bless the church. This is what we also expect from the churches.
Koiwah Koi-Larbi commented:
All the churches should start doing this la.
Koiwah Koi-Larbi shared:
Awesome news. We should start donating our widow's mite.
Ban Gers said:
God bless Dr Michael and his church members.
Korle-Bu exposed as patients provide evidence of paying illegal cost of dialysis for treatment
Relatedly, YEN.com.gh reported that more than five patients paid the newly increased dialysis fees of about GH¢765.42 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, contrary to claims by the facility's management.
The hospital told TV3 that only five persons paid the new fees before being scrapped and reviewed back to the original GH¢380.
More than five patients paid the newly increased dialysis fees of about GH¢765.42 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, contrary to claims by the facility's management.
First-ever kidney transplant by Ghanaian team
Also, YEN.com.gh reported earlier that a Ghanaian team at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital had performed kidney transplants for the first time.
The Ghanaian team at the hospital that performed the surgery consisted of specialist doctors, anaesthetists, and nurses.
Officials at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital said this surgery was proof of the high expertise of the hospital's personnel.
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