It was all joy as thousands of people within Breman Asikuma in the Central Region joined the management of Christian Healthcare Training School to commission its Medical Laboratory facility to help boost healthcare in the community.
The Medical Laboratory worth million of cedis would train qualified and competent medical students at Christian Healthcare Training School.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Noah Kwesi Mends the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Training School explained that the establishment of the school and the medical laboratory was to help the people of Breman Asikuma and its catchments areas within the central region in the area of health care.
According to him, student nurses must be guided by the virtues of dedication, discipline and hard work as they begin their professional carrier.
He reiterated the need for them to be guided by good work ethics so that they would be able to make positive contributions to national development.
Mr Noah Kwesi Mends reminded them that nursing is a noble profession and urged them to use the skills they would acquire during their training positively.
“You should take discipline as an important tool in your journey of becoming professional nurses, controlling negative attitudes, managing your time and even your dressing” he said.
Hon Agyei Domson, a former DCE for Asikuma Odoben Brakwa, in his address, indicated that the greatest opportunity one will have in life is education.
He called on the students to co-operate and to team up with the teaching body and the administrators of the school to help them succeed.
Nana Okruyaw IV, the Adontenhene of Brema Asikuma in his remarks expressed concern about the neglect of our local dialect which has affected our custom as Ghanaians and commended the CEO of Christian Healthcare for lifting the image of the town.