SHAMA: Constituents benefit free renewal of NHIS subscription from NPP PC

The Parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party in the Shama constituency, Hon. Lawyer Samuel Erickson Abakah on Wednesday 21st October as part of his efforts in assisting the Shama constituents in terms of health care delivery organized a free health screening and renewal of National Health Insurance subscription to card bearing members in the Shama District of the western region.

Today’s event was in furtherance of the ruling New Patriotic Party through innovation where they implemented a system that allows National Health Insurance card members to renew their membership using their mobile phones.

The one day health screening program offered medical checkups on various illness as well as a comprehensive on National Health Insurance Service registration and also gave opportunity to Shama constituents to register for the first time and renewal of NHIS subscribers.

The free health screening was aimed at improving the health conditions of the vulnerable, especially the aged, women and children within the Shama constituency.

Speaking to the beneficiaries, Hon. Abakah said the New Patriotic Party government’s led by H.E. Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo seeks to be committed for the well-being of Shama constituents through the health sector with a view of improving health facilities in Ghana.

Hon. Samuel Erickson Abakah who is confident in retaining the Shama constituency seat for the New Patriotic Party in 2020 December 7th polls, expressed his gratitude to the Shama constituents for gracing and also benefiting from the free health screening, renewal and register of NHIS card.

Over 1,000 Shama constituents benefited from the one day free health screening exercise organized by Hon. Samuel Erickson Abakah in collaboration with the Coastal Development Authority “CODA” in the western region.

Filed By: Benjamin Bray- Vision1 Fm

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