Dr. Aboagye Dacosta Commissioned Sekyere Kumawu NHIS Office

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Dr. Aboagye Dacosta, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), proudly undertook the commissioning of the Sekyere Kumawu new NHIS office today, 3rd of April, 2024.

The ceremonious event assembled dignitaries from various echelons of the community, including Hon. Ernest Yaw Anim – the Honourable Member of Parliament of Kumawu, Barima Sarfo Tweneboa Kodua – the Kumawumanhene, and Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum – the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Sekyere Kumawu District. Also gracing the occasion were Hon. Farried Ofori – the Presiding Member of Kumawu District, the District Director of Education, the Police Commander, alongside a plethora of esteemed personalities, including students eager to witness this historic moment.

picture of Barima Sarfo Tweneboa Kodua - Kumawumanhene
Barima Sarfo Tweneboa Kodua – Kumawumanhene

Address by Dr. Aboagye Dacosta, CEO of NHIS

In his poignant address delivered at the commissioning ground, Dr. Aboagye Dacosta articulated the unwavering commitment of the NPP government towards ensuring equitable access to healthcare facilities. He eloquently reflected on the instrumental role of NHIS, especially since its inception during the tenure of former president, His Excellency Mr. John Agyekum Kuffour. Dr. Dacosta underscored the pivotal role of NHIS in ameliorating the healthcare burden borne by the marginalized segments of Ghanaian society.

Dr. Dacosta passionately implored the residents of Kumawu to seize the opportunity presented by NHIS and enroll in the scheme. He unravled how subscription to NHIS could significantly alleviate the financial strain associated with medical expenses, whether for routine check-ups or critical treatments, thus fostering a healthier populace.

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Kumawu NHIS office

Message of Appreciation from Hon. Ernest Yaw Anim

Responding to Dr. Dacosta’s impassioned speech, the Hon. Member of Parliament for Kumawu constituency, Hon. Ernest Yaw Anim, reassured the gathered audience of government’s unwavering commitment to advancing the socio-economic development of their constituency. With steadfast determination, he pledged to champion their cause through relentless advocacy and strategic negotiations. Hon. Anim articulated his fervent resolve to continuously lobby for an influx of social projects aimed at uplifting the living standards of the people of Kumawu.

Expressing gratitude for Dr. Dacosta’s gracious presence and enlightening discourse, Hon. Anim extended heartfelt appreciation on behalf of the community. He underscored the significance of Dr. Dacosta’s involvement in elucidating the profound importance of NHIS, not only within the local context of Kumawu but also within the broader national landscape of Ghana. The acknowledgment of Dr. Dacosta’s invaluable contributions echoed throughout the assembly, resonating with sentiments of admiration and respect.

The commissioning of the Sekyere Kumawu new NHIS office stands as a testament to the concerted efforts of visionary leaders such as Dr. Aboagye Dacosta and dedicated public servants like Hon. Ernest Yaw Anim. Through collaborative endeavors and unwavering commitment, they exemplify the transformative power of proactive governance in fostering inclusive development and enhancing the welfare of all citizens. Today marks the inauguration of a physical structure and the dawn of a new era of healthcare accessibility and socio-economic empowerment for the vibrant community of Kumawu.

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