In his quest to ensure that his people gains strength at all times to attend to their businesses without impediment, the chief of Kenyase in the Kwabre East District of Ashanti Region, Barima Fredua Agyemang Ababio II on Friday November 12 2021 organised a special health screening exercise for the community.
The program which attracted people from all walk of life within the Kenyase community was witnessed by seasoned medical experts from renowned health institutions in Kumasi who attended to them.
The occasion also coincided with the event when Barima Fredua Agyemang Ababio II was donating educational materials to the students who are expected to take part in the Basic Education Certificate Examinations slated to take off on this Monday, November 15 2021.
He said as a concerned traditional chief he cannot afford sitting down to see his people suffering, whilst he can make a little contribution to tackle the menace.
Barima Fredua Agyemang Ababio II was however differs in the public notion that it is the government alone who is responsible for the health delivery system of the country.
As a concerned citizen, Barima said the issue of health delivery must be seen as a collective responsibilities of all to serve as a support for the government to impact in the sector.
The chief took the opportunity to advise the residents of Kenyase to observe hygiene and scientific rules with regard to their daily activities so as to avoid them the risk of contracting diseases.
Barima assured that the gesture is not a nine days wonder, rather it is part of his agenda to accomplish his social obligations for the people.
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