BY PHILIP ANTOH
THE FOUNDER of Accident Victims Support Ghana (AVS) and Impact Souls Missions, Rev Benedict Cyril Crabbe, has donated GHȼ 2,000.00 to accidents victims at the Komfo- Anokye Hospital in Kumasi.
The donation formed part of AVS’ campaign to support accident victims in the country who are neglected by society at the various hospitals.
Rev Crabbe said the accident victims were people who were mostly knocked down by hit-and-run drivers and were brought to the hospital without relatives knowing what had happened and in most cases the victims had lost their mind and so could not provide any information to trace family members.
He said because they did not know about their identity, both the nurses and doctors on duty used their own money to take care of them.
Receiving the donation, the medical doctor in charge of the emergency department of the Komfo-Anokye Hospital, Dr Kwaku Nyame, thanked AVS for their kind gesture and called on corporate Ghana to emulate same to help treat accident victims who are locked up in various hospitals across the country.
Rev Crabbe was joined by Bishop Ato Ewusie and Apostle Kwarteng of the International Clergy Association.
The money was raised during the National All Drivers Prayer Summit held with support from Yahweh Temple of International Central Gospel Church at East Legon branch, Drivers and Vehicle Licence Authority (DVLA) and National Road Safety Commission (NRSC).
He thanked DVLA, NRSC and Awake Mineral Water and Focalpoint Limited for their various contributions.
Source: www.dailyheritage.com.gh/Muftaw Mohammed