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General News of Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Source: Peace FM

Kwami Sefa Kayi poses with his 'coat of many colours'

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He led his team; Kokrokoo Charities Foundation to distribute 10 incubators to six hospitals in the three Northern Regions over the weekend, and came back with a 'coat of many colours'.

When they got to the Upper East Region, the Regional Minister, Paulina Abayage, having gotten wind of their arrival, immediately organised a warm reception for Kwami Sefa Kayi, popularly known as 'Chairman General', host of Peace FM's morning show 'Kokrokoo' and his team.

In appreciation for donating two incubators to the Upper East Regional Hospital, she gave Chairman General a beautifully coloured smock locally known as batakari and a cap which he wore on Monday to host his show on Peace FM.

Below is a breakdown of the six hospitals that benefitted from the Project 100 incubators distribution:

Tamale Teaching Hospital - 2 Nadowli District Hospital - 2 St Joseph's Hospital in Jirapa (U/W Region) - 2 War Memorial Hospital Navrongo - 1 Upper East Regional Hospital (Bolgatanga) - 2 Bongo District Hospital - 1

Tamale Teaching Hospital now has three incubators all donated by Kokrokoo Charities; the 1st one was donated in 2016.

Project 100

This campaign launched in 2015, was birthed by Chairman General, Kwami Sefa Kayi, renowned journalist and host of Peace FM morning show 'Kokrokoo'.

The aim is to raise 100 incubators to distribute to various needy hospitals to help improve health care delivery and save pre-term babies.

So far, 31 incubators have been donated to various hospitals across the country.

You can also give out your widow’s mite. To contribute, dial 3322 on any MTN network and follow the instructions.

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