The incumbent and MP-elect of the North Tongu district stormed the children's ward of Battor Catholic Hospital, a referral hospital in his district to take charge of the incurred cost of services rendered by the hospital to the kids in the children's ward. This comes right after he was declared the winner at the just ended 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections that took place on December 7, 2020.
Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has been a hardworking member of parliamentary who is known across Ghana for his abilities in creating controversies in Ghana's politics. He has also served as a minister of state under the late ex-president John Atta Mills and the current president of Ghana's predecessor, John Dramani Mahama.
His post telling the public about what he did reads:
"So we stormed the Children’s Ward of the Battor Catholic Hospital in my beloved constituency soon after we were declared victorious to take care of all the medical bills of those receiving care.
Call that our thanksgiving offering in honor of my most cherished constituents.", he posted.
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