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JRB PLC Donates Toilet and Bath Facilities To Tikobo No. 1 Clinic

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Front View Washroom built by JRB PLC

Jomoro Rural Bank PLC has donated an ultra-modern toilet and bath facility worth GHS78,909.50 to the Tikobo No. 1 Clinic in the Jomoro Municipality of the Western Region of Ghana. The facility comprised of two toilets and one bathroom for female patients, two toilets and one for male patients, and two toilets for clinic staff. Each division had a common area containing a hand washing basin. The floors and walls of the facility were beautifully tiled and the ceiling is nicely done with plastic T&J. The facility was inaugurated after a short and well-attended ceremony.

Addressing the gathering, the CEO of the bank, Mr Adormah Mawunyo, said the decision of the Board of Directors of the bank to undertake the project, following a request received from the Assemblyman of Tikobo No.1 Electoral Area and the Physician Assistant of the clinic, was premised on two factors:

  1. Concern for the health needs of the people and
  2. The strategic location of the clinic.

Sited at the Tikobo No 1 Clinic, which is at the centre of the Jomoro Municipality, the toilet and bath facility, the CEO said, would serve the needs of not only the people of Tikobo No. 1, but Jomoro, Western Region, and traders from all parts of the country who converge on the Tikobo No. 1 market on Thursdays and may go to the clinic to seek medical attention. The CEO said the bank was determined to provide more of such facilities in its operational areas. He, therefore, called on existing and potential customers of the bank to continue to do good business with it. The Vice Chairman of the bank, Mr Samuel Alex Bervel, charged the authorities of the clinic to take very good care of the facility.

For his part, Mr Thomas Kwasi Addae, the Physician Assistant of the clinic, who together with the staff of the clinic, couldn’t hide his joy, thanked the bank immensely for the kind gesture and promised to put the facility to good use. He said plans were underway to upgrade the Tikobo No 1 Clinic to a polyclinic. The Assemblyman of Tikobo No. 1 Electoral Area, Mr Augustin Pascal Yankey, also thanked the bank for addressing the age-old problem of the clinic.

Present at the function were some Board and Staff members of the bank, traditional leaders, the clergy, staff of the Tikobo No.1 Clinic, officials from the Municipal Health Directorate, and the media.