MoMAG supports Madina Polyclinic, Bediako CHPS Compound


The Mobile Money Advocacy Group (MoMAG) has donated essential items to the Madina Polyclinic-Kekele, as part of activities marking its six years of operations.

The items donated included: hospital beds; adjustable tools; standing accession machines; floor cleaners; liquid soaps; toilet cleaners and T-rolls. The donation is to support the healthcare facility and ensure that it provides quality care to the community.

As part of its corporate social responsibility, the association also painted the Bediako CHPS Compound. This act of kindness showcased MoMAG’s commitment to giving back to the community.

During the event, President of MoMAG, Edward Ofori Agyemang, expressed his gratitude to all MoMAG members for their support in helping carry out the gesture. While commending the members, he noted that achievements of the association since his administration took over operation are overwhelming.

“I doff my hat to MoMAG members present here, and the entire membership of the association, for their care and affection in taking the brand to new heights of excellence. To our past executives and our founders, we say ‘thank you’ for the strong foundation you laid,” he stated.

One of the notable achievements mentioned by Mr. Agyemang was opening a bank account for the MoMAG national office to ensure transparency and accountability in financial matters. Additionally, numerous capacity-building sessions have been organised to equip members with the knowledge and skills needed to protect their businesses from fraudsters.

To promote physical fitness and overall well-being, a health walk was also organised for members. Furthermore, 36 merchant SIMs were acquired for each zone to facilitate the collection of monthly dues and other payments.

The Administrator of Madina Polyclinic-Kekele, Peter Gagah – who received the items on behalf of the clinic, expressed his profound gratitude to the association. He commended them for their kind gesture and urged them to continue the good work.

Mr. Gagah mentioned that the facility needs a lot of support, and therefore called on other organisations to come to their aid and help them work more effectively.

“Your donation of these items is very timely, and this is what we are looking for. The facility needs a lot of support because government alone cannot do it. We are taking this opportunity to call on other corporate organisations to also come onboard,” he said.

The association’s anniversary is dedicated to honouring members and individuals who have impacted MoMAG positively.

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