An National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary hopeful in Asikuma Odoben Brakwa of the Central Region, Mr. William Adu-Oduro on Friday February 17, 2023 paid off bills for patients at the Our Lady Of Grace Hospital located at Bremen Asikuma who had been discharged for a week but could not afford to settle their bills.
The 37-year-old Cyber Security Expert, Information Teachonogy (IT) Programmer, Ghanaian entrepreneur ,philanthropist and indigene of Brema Brakwa who has tipped for NDC parliamentary candidate in the area came to the aid of the patients in the persons on Madam Dora Sam and Madam Patience Budu whose economic conditions could not allow them settle their bills at the hospital.
The NDC Parliamentary hopeful made the intervention when he was informed about the plights of the two women during his tour of the branches in the constituency and quickly suspends his tour and went to the hospital to settle the bills of the two women.
Mr Adu-Oduro in his message congratulated the hospital for the crucial health care providing services it had offered the people since its establishment and its commitment to improve their services in the years ahead.
According to him, he likes the health care delivery services giving to the people in the area by the hospital and added that he has no doubt the hospital will deliver as the people also have so much trust in the quality of the personnel.
He further gave assurance that if voted the NDC parliamentary candidate and win the MP seat for the area, he would continue to diligently discharge his duties as their representative, influence positive changes of progressive development in the constituency even as he is not a development officer.
In addition, he reiterated the commitment of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in ensuring the health sector is expanded when it returns to power come 2024.
“We have already begun the rescue mission to save Ghanaians from the challenging times confronting them”, and requested that prayer be offered for the entire medical staff of the Hospital.
He also admonished the staffs to continue being tolerant and professional in the discharge of their duties towards patients.
Having being the citizen of Brema Brakwa, Mr Adu-Oduro assured the hospital that it would not be the last they would be seeing of him as he hopes to do great things once the will and the ability is there.