Afigya Kwabre South District
The Chief Executive of Afigya Kwabre South District Assembly in the Ashanti region, Hon Adu-Poku Christian, APC has appealed to the government through the ministry of health to as a matter of urgency to put measures that will limit frequent number of health professionals leaving the country for greener pastures.
He said the phenomenon is overwhelming as these professionals who have been trained and become valuable to the country could migrate for better living condition, therefore government should prioritised its resolution to avert the situation which will collapse the health system in the country.
Hon Adu-Poku Christian made this assertion during a presidential award ceremony for 43 COVID-19 front line health workers organized by the Afigya Kwabre South District Assembly at Kodie Methodist Church on Monday.
The Chief Executive commended the various health professionals for their tremendous and dedicated service and also appealed to them about their leaving the shores of Ghana.
The District Director of Health Services, Madam Mrs. Christiana Asubonteng was very grateful to the government as she recalled the challenges in the era of COVID-19, she said their reward seemed very deserving one.
She admonished various staffs at the Ghana health services to continue serve the country with their very best of efforts as their rewards await them.
story by Rexkin Ohene Boateng.