Madam Afua Crentsil Honoured with Ultra-Modern Children’s Ward

By James Kwesi Addison.

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Madam Afua Crentsil Children's Ward

Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku of Enyan Denkyira Etsifi Asona 2 has honoured her late mother, Madam Afua Crentsil with an ultra-modern Children’s Ward at the Ajumako District Hospital in the Ajumako, Enyan, Esiam District of the Central Region.

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The Ward.

In a short ceremony to unveil and handover the facility to the hospital administration on Friday, June 5th, 2020, Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku known in private life as Siisi Crentsil was thankful to the almighty God for the opportunity given him to be a blessing to his community.

He recounted the good counsel that his mother gave him. ‘My mother told me that, a good name is better than riches and urged me to pursue a good name in all my endeavours. I am hopeful she will be very glad today resting in the bosom of our father Abraham, witnessing this special occasion being dedicated to her.’ Uncle Siisi further hinted that he was motivated by his mother’s advice and his love for children’s wellbeing in general and those in the District in particular.

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This impactful project was commissioned by no other person than ‘Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi VII, the Vice President of the National House of Chiefs and the Paramount Chief of the Abeadze Traditional Area, and assisted by Osabarima Otsibu VI, the Paramount Chief and the President of Enyan Denkyira Traditional Area.

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From Right: Osabirima Otsibu VI, Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi VII, Abusuapayin Kwame Adu and Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku.

Important to this occasion was the presence of some distinguished Nananom from Enyan Denkyira Traditional Area, led by Abusuapayin Kwame Adu, and included but not limited to the following; Abusuapayin Atta Dennison, Abusuapayin Yaw Eduah, Abusuapayin Asan, Obaahemaa Adwoa Beduwa Anaafua I and Nana Danfo Anaful I.

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Other VIPs in attendance was the Member of Parliament for the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District, Honourable Ato Forson. The District Chief Executive, Honourable Ransford Nyarko. Samuel Atta Mills (brother of the former President Professor Mills). Mr. David Crentsil, senior brother of Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku, the former Deputy Chief Executive of Cocobod Mr. James Kofi Kotsoati, and Augustine Arhinful former black stars player.

In his brief speech, Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi VII lauded his gesture and challenged everyone present to emulate this shining example. To him, this singular and independent decision by an individual to pick up such an important need of the community and see to its provision epitomizes who a true Son of a community is.

Left: Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku and Staff of the hospital.

Speaking to Add News Gh, Dr. Crentsil, the former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Standards Authority and a senior brother of Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku, underscored his junior brother’s love for children and was hopeful the hospital administration, the community members and the staff will put the facility into good use and adopt a proper maintenance culture to ensure that the generation unborn, come to benefit from the facility.

From Right: Menser Crentsil, Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku, Honorable Ato Forson and Yaw Safo.

The benevolent deeds of Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku could not escape the comment by Osabarima Otsibu VI, his Paramount Chief, in an exclusive phone interview with the CEO of Add News Gh, James Kwesi Addison. Osabarima praised him for all the good works he has done and continued to do for the people of Enyan Denkyira in particular and the district in general and asked for God’s protection and blessings upon him.

The project coordinator Mr. Menser Crentsil, a junior brother of Abusuapayin Kwesi Tweiku, was thankful to the Lord for a successful completion, unveiling and dedication of the facility. The MC for the occasion was Mr. Solomon Cobbina, an entrepreneur and the Assemblyman for the Enyan Denkyira Etsifi district. He is popularly known in the district as Degoor.

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