Opemsuo Kids Ambassador Donates GH¢9k to NHIS

The world’s youngest popular book author and publisher who owns “Books Without Borders Inc” and also the International ambassador of Amoawisi Kids Show on Opemsuo 104.7 FM at Manhyia Palace has exclusively donated GHC9.000 to the National Health Insurance Scheme to support needy children to register and renew their expired insurance cards.

The 10-year-old boy Master Nicholas Buamah made this special presentation at the headquarters of the NHIA in Accra.

In a close Interview with Nicholas, he told Opemsuo Media that, he is always concerned about the healthcare of children and therefore decided on his own, to raise money on Youtube Channel to help in the course.

The CEO of the NHIA, Dr. Lydia Dsane-Selby, the Deputy CEO in charge of Finance & Investment, Mr. Francis Owusu and the Board Chairman, Dr. Ernest K. P. Kwarko received the donation on behalf of the Authority.

Dr. Lydia Dsane-Selby thanked the young man for his kind gesture and assured him of registering the children onto the Scheme.

She added that the amount donated will cater for about 1,500 children, which she said was a significant number of children to be registered and renewed onto the Scheme.

Nicholas Buamah is a published author, philanthropist and also the founder of Books without Borders, a nonprofit organization.

Nicholas has worked on several charitable projects here in Ghana and is now the ambassador for the kids Department at Opemsuo Radio (104.7 FM), which is Ashanti Broadcasting Corporation, owned by His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II (Asantehene)

Source: Emmanuel Owusu Anti

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