Ghana’s largest and most innovative sports betting company, Betway Ghana, has donated a set of hospital equipment to the Tanoso Health Clinic in the Brong Ahafo region as part of its drive to support community development across the country.
The items donated by Betway Ghana to the health facility included wheel chairs, ward screens, mosquito nets among others worth about GHS 10,000.00.
Betway, since it’s launch in Ghana, has been concerned about the welfare and development of its players across the country thus paying special attention to the communities in which they reside. Through its special promo dubbed “Betway Wish List” Betway empowers their players to choose from a list what they wish for their community.
Speaking in an interview after the donation the Operations Manager of Betway, Magnus Rex Danquah, explained that the players in BA asked to be granted their wish by supporting a health facility and based on which they decided to support the Tanoso Health Clinic.
The Chief Medical Director at the facility, Dr. Kwadwo Asante Afari, expressed the gratitude to Betway for the gesture, noting that the intervention was timely.
“We do not get any donations from any source. And this is a timely intervention from Betway, the unit committee of the hospital had just sat to device ways to get these particular items.
I was shocked at the number of items donated by Betway as this is our first contact with the hospital. We will use the items donated and we are very grateful for it,” he said.
He said they appreciate the gesture and the generosity would be mentioned to the chief and elders of the area since they usually do not get support from anyone apart from the mining companies in the area.
Executives of Betway Ghana assured the staff of the clinic of their continued support. They noted that the donation was the first of many to come as they embark on a quest to support communities around the country.
Betway Ghana Limited is scheduled to carry out a similar operation at the Himan Health Centre in Prestea and will be replicated across the country.