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Ghana Oil Company Limited, GOIL, has handed over One Thousand beds to the Ministry of Health to be distributed to hospitals across the country.
The Beds, fitted with mattresses are estimated to cost 1.6 million Ghana Cedis.
The Greater Accra and Ashanti regions will get 150 beds each, while all other regions will receive 100 beds. Upper East and Upper West Regions get 50 beds each.
The beds were jointly received by Deputy Minister of Health, Tina Mensah, and a deputy minister of Energy, Owuraku Aidoo.
In a brief remark before the handing over, The Group CEO and Managing Director of GOIL, Patrick Akpe Kwame Akorli stated the donation was part of GOIL’s Corporate Social Responsibility. He indicated that as a good corporate entity, GOIL has been touched by the lack of equipment, particularly beds, at various hospitals. The donation, he noted, will go a long way to ease the difficult conditions at various hospitals countrywide.
Deputy Energy Minister, Owuraku Aidoo commended GOIL for the assistance. He noted the donation demonstrated that beyond business and profits, GOIL was socially responsible.
In attendance was GOIL’s Brand Ambassador, Azumah Nelson.