I Had Not Met Otumfuo But Had Met His Impact – Health Minister

The Minister for Health, Dr Bernard Oko Boye says way before he had the opportunity of meeting Otumfuo in person, he had already familiarized himself with the Monarch through his countless initiatives both in the health sector and all over the country.

He expressed his immense gratitude to the King of the Asante Kingdom, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II for his enormous contribution to the country’s peace, stability and development,

The politician who was once the Member of Parliament for the Ledzokuku Constituency in the Greater Accra Region made the submission during a courtesy visit to the Manhyia Palace on Wednesday, June 26, 2024.

In his address, he thanked His Majesty for his commitment to the well-being of Ghanaians, improving the health sector and putting in place measures that would satisfy the health needs of his people and Ghanaians.

The former National Health Insurance Authority boss specifically pointed to Otumfuo’s peace initiative and the Heal KATH Project.

“I came specifically to thank Otumfuo for all the good works. I haven’t met Otumfuo in person but I have met his work. The peace in Dagbon is one of his works as well as the Heal KATH initiative. At the time we were schooling, the structure of Komfo Anokye was not in good shape. That was way back in the 2000s. It is one of the major reasons I came to thank him.”

He continued, “Renovation is one aspect of development no one wants to do. Many people have shunned it, yet you step forward to spearhead this renovation and I am here to thank you for that,” he said as he announced a donation of GHC100,000 in support.”

Dr Oko Boye was accompanied by the Deputy Minister for Health, Hon Adelaide Ntim, the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye, the Ashanti Regional Director of Health Services, Dr Emmanuel Tenkorang the Chairman of the GHS Council, Dr Sefa Sarpong Bediako and others.

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