The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Yendi Constituency in the Northern Region, Alhaji Farouk Aliu Mahama, has renovated the mortuary of the Yendi government hospital and handed it over for use to the hospital’s authorities.
The renovation, according to the aspiring Member of Parliament (MP), cost him over GH¢ 350,000, including procurement of some items from China for the fitting of a 12-body-cabinet mortuary freezers.
The morgue is expected to the serve the people of Yendi and its adjourning communities such as Kpandai, Bimbilla, Saboba, Taletale, Zabzugu, Kariga, Wulesi Chereponi Karaga, Gushegu and Mion.
During the handing over ceremony today [Monday, August 10, 2020], Alhaji Farouk Mahama, who is also a son of former Vice President Aliu Mahama, said he will continue to do his best to bring development to Yendi and its environs.
He said the renovated mortuary will provide some reliefs for both the natives and health practitioners at the Yendi government hospital.
He said job creation and woman empowerment will continue to be one of his priority areas in the constituencies.
For his part, the Medical Superintendent of hospital, Dr Ayuba S. Abdulai commended Alhaji Farouk Mahama for the gesture, pledging that the hospital will take a good care of the facility.
Source: General News