When the Founder and General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua heard of the recent unfortunate strikes, fire and rain accidents that struck the country, he was troubled and touched.
With the man of God’s main preaching being love, the Emmanuel TV partners in Ghana were tasked to donate items to help address the situation.
On Monday, September 14, 2015, Mr. Samuel Sackey together with Dr Felix Anyah, CEO of Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm located in Sogakope led a delegation of Emmanuel TV partners in Ghana to the two health facilities in the country.
The 37 Military Hospital and the Police Hospital, both in Accra benefited from a donation worth GHC 100,000 which was done on behalf of the prophet.
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Items donated included, Atramat Sutures, Identification Bracelet Tag, Difribrator with ECG Display, Wheel Chair, Hospital Bed, Drip Stand, Armpit Clutches, Medicine Trolley, Accoson Sphymamometer, Latex Mattress, Blanket, Stethoscope, Dettol Antiseptic 4 litres, Cotton wool 500gm, Cotton wool 250gm, Absorbent Gauze, Syringes with needles, Examination Gloves powdered, WOW 6, Zinc Oxide plaster, Crepe Bandage, Surgical Gloves, Folley Catheter, Bco Tablets, Paracetamol Syrup, Nodium Capsules, ORS, Metagyl Tab, Gastrone Syrup.
Mr Samuel Sackey, a member of the SCOAN and an Emmanuel TV partner in Ghana said the donation was “one of our social responsibilities to contribute our quota in helping humanity and the needy in society. In view of this, the prophet normally says we should show love to one another and mostly stressed on love. Because with love, there is no distance in donation. Although, he is far from Ghana, he is entreating us to love the healthy and the sick in all spheres of life”
COP Dr. Mohammed Seidu Zakaria, Medical Director of the Police Hospital thanked the delegation for their gesture from the SCOAN and the Emmanuel TV Partners.
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