The items, estimated about GH¢20, 000, includes baby products, maternity gowns, washing powder, toilet rolls and drugs.
The items, estimated about GH¢20, 000, included baby products, maternity gowns, washing powder, toilet rolls and drugs.
The Executive Vice President of the pro-NPP group Modesta Adjoa Darbo, who presented the items, said the gesture was to put smiles on the faces of mothers at the Hospital during the Yam Festival of the Asogli Traditional Area.
She said it was also to lessen the economic difficulties mothers faced in their quest to access quality health-care.
The Nurse in-charge at the maternity ward, Florence Patamie, expressed the heartfelt appreciation of the ward to the NPP ladies. She said the presentation was timely since some mothers were unable to afford diapers and other essential sanitary items.
Meanwhile, the youth of the NPP had earlier described comments made by President of Imani Ghana as unfortunate. Frankiln Cudjoe in a Facebook post described two ladies in an NPP loyal ladies shirt as "used and smelly".
The party further described the comments as an insult to all women in Ghana and therefore demanded a retraction of the comment.