Kwame Adu-Mante, CEO of Focus One media, managers of Spice and Beach FM has donated a health post worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the Takoradi Market Circle traders.
According to deep throat, Mr. Adu Mantey, a man in his late thirties who is heavily involved in philanthropy funded the project from his own pocket.
The health facility which is his contribution to the city which has nursed his multimillion Ghana Cedis Focus One media, Focus One Distribution and a micro finance facility will be named after him.
The health post will take care of minor health issues of traders of Takoradi Market Circle for free.
The cost involved in running the facility would be fully funded by Mr. Adu-Mante, www.233times.com is reliably informed.
Photo of the health post below;
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