George Andah Discharged From 37 Hospital
Deputy Communications Minister, George Andah has been discharged from the 37 Military Hospital where he had been on admission since he was involved in an accident.
George Andah earlier this month was involved in an accident in he Awutu Senya West Constituency after his vehicle collided head-on with another vehicle.
George Andah, who together with four others, sustained serious injury was airlifted to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra for emergency care.
The Minister had since been on admission at the 37 Military Hospital receiving treatment but has now been discharged.
However in a post, the member of parliament of the Awutu Senya West Constituency in the Central Region of Ghana expressed gratitude for the support and well wishes shown him during his accident.
Below is a copy of what Mr Andah wrote:
Dear Partners in Change,
It is by Grace and Blessings that I am writing to inform you of my discharge from the 37 Military Hospital, and taking the next steps closer to a clean bill of health.
Yesterday was a multiple portion of blessing for me.
As I listened to the Hon. Minister of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta from my hospital bed, delivering the 2019 budget statement, which is set to grow the economy and improve our livelihood. I was excited amongst others to hear the confirmation that that Swedru-Bawjiase-Adeiso road had been picked for completion this coming year. As if that wasn’t enough, the doctors walked in surprisingly announcing my discharge.
To my team who were involved in the accident, my prayers continue to be with each of you as you also continue your journey of recovery. May God be with and strengthen you.
To the medical staff at the St. Gregory medical facility, I offer overwhelming appreciation for the passion with which your duty was delivered. You took the first few hours to stabilise us, and put hope into the situation and I can’t be more grateful.
To the Emergency Medical Response team, my team and I are immensely thankful for your life-saving efforts.
To the medical team of the 37 Military Hospital, who ensured the team and I received the best medical care possible, your professionalism, expertise and attentiveness were exemplary and most appreciated. I pray that for every drop we have received from you, the Lord offers you a fountain.
To the local communities, all constituents of Awutu Senya West, Constituency Executives, my DCE, I am grateful.
To H.E the President, H.E the Vice President, Right Hon. Speaker, my Boss Hon Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, MoC and Agency colleagues, the government team, colleague Parliamentarians, all well-wishers who gathered to give their love, solidarity and support and to all those who went above the normal call of duty to organise medical assistance, I say thank you and God bless you.
To my Andah, Hagan, Barning family, my personal friends, OAA 87, what can I say? You took charge, sacrificed and made me whole again.
To Archbishop Palmer-Buckle, all the Catholic Priests and Pastors from various denominations, who held vigils, prayer services, the countless goodwill messages and positive thoughts, I pray that the same courtesy be extended to all who find themselves in the position I found myself, as this will increase hope and confidence in humanity.
To the National Chief Imam and all Imams who tarried for us during Jumat, we say shukraan jazilaan.
To everyone else that I may not have referenced personally, you are recognised and appreciated.
Last but not the least, I call on all partners in change, to join us in giving thanks to the Almighty for the grace and mercy he has shown us. Great indeed is His faithfulness. We thank the Lord for having saved and given us yet another chance to experience His goodness.
Let us remember in our time of thanksgiving, to also commit to prayer, all other vehicular victims and their families.
Thank you all and God bless.
– Nenyi George Andah