Sunon Asogli Power Ghana Limited Donates Medical Equipment to Kpone Polyclinic

October 20, 2021

To mark the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Kpone Polyclinic, Sunon Asogli Power Ghana Limited, donated a Chemical analyzer and a Sysmex Hematology Analyzer worth approximately GHC100,000 to the Polyclinic.

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Gracing the occasion were Nii Tetteh Otu II, Paramount Chief of Kpone Traditional Council, Hon. Joseph Akuertey Tettey, Member of Parliament for Kpone-Katamanso constituency, Mr. Samuel Okoe Amanquah, newly appointed Municipal Chief Executive of Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Area, and Dr. Esther Danquah, municipal Health Director.

Mr. Jin Zhengyi, General Manager of Sunon Asogli Power, expressed gratitude to the community for its support over the years.

He mentioned that the company is committed to its corporate social responsibilities and will continue to deliver and assist groups and individuals in carrying out relevant projects that help the community. He added that the Chemical analyzer and a Sysmex Hematology Analyzer are very important to the health needs of those that visit the facility as it is used to detect chronic and non-chronic illnesses.

Dr. Esther Danquah, Municipal Health Director, accepted the medical equipment on behalf of the hospital. In her speech, she mentioned that over 50 patients do a full blood count daily, so this equipment is essential to the hospital. Patients who require such tests will no longer be needed to be referred to the Tema General Hospital.

Speaking at the ceremony, Hon Joseph Tettey expressed his appreciation to Sunon Asogli for assisting the community in its time of need. He stated that the donation came at a time when the health care needs of the community had grown enormously and this gesture woulf facilitate efforts to achieve universal health coverage in the community. He urged all corporate institutions in the constituency to follow in the footsteps of Sunon Asogli Power.

The Municipal Chief Executice of the Kpone-Katamanso Municipal area, said his office was committed to building a new hospital for Kpone.

The donation ended with a tour of the hospital.