A union of police officers who graduated during the 2nd batch of the year 2006 at the National Police Training School (NPTS), have presented assorted edible and other items to the children’s ward of the Police Hospital. They have done this as part of activities to mark their 14th anniversary.

The group which is made up of gallant men and women of the service believe giving back to society is one of the few means to serve and also impact society.

It is in the light of this that this crop of personnel considered feeding plus providing aid to children receiving care at the police hospital in Accra.

President of the union, Detective Sargent Bless Timothy Asamoah, tells the facility happens to be the first point of call should a police officer fall sick most especially those in Greater Accra Region hence the choice to start giving from there.

Spokesperson, Detective Sargeng Kingsford Richard Tetteh reveals its the squad’s desire to adopt the ward in the near future so they are expected to visit it frequently till that time in view. Aside of this, will be spying around for which other places they may stand fit to make a gesture intermittently.

Detective Tetteh shared the group’s level of excitement at the zeal with which medical officers at the block work. They are sure with such friendly personnel/environment, anyone who calls on the facility for medical care will leave smiling.

Medical Director of the hospital, DCOP Dr. Mariam Tetteh-Borkoe assets the squad’s choice to donate to the facility is in the right direction and that management will ensure the items are used for the exact purpose for which they were presented.

She took opportunity of the platform to urge parents to learn better means of keeping the child healthy and happier at all times.

Dr. Tetteh-Borkoe wished her younger colleagues success and encouraging them to forge on for higher heights.

By: Daniel Asuku

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