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A Northern Region-based non-profit organization Youth2Day on 1st August donated used clothing to Shakinah Clinic in Tamale to support the humanitarian work of the clinic.

The donation, according to Amadu Hassan Kapinta, Executive Director of Youth2Day, will help the clinic in taking care of mentally challenged patients and the destitute.

Shekhinah Clinic

“I would like to express my gratitude to Hajia and her team on behalf of my organization for their efforts in serving humanity. This clothing is from a campaign we launched a few months ago to support this facility” Amadu Hassan Kapinta stated.

Hajia Mariam, wife of the late Dr. Abdulai Choggu, accepted the items on behalf of the clinic and promised to use them for the benefit of the mentally challenged patients and the entire staff of the clinic.

Amadu Hassan Kapinta and patients

Hajia Mariam thanked the group and urged them to continue their kind gesture towards the facility.

“Shakhinah Clinic’s success is dependent on donations from generous people like you, so we’re pleading with the general public to emulate your good deed” she stated.

Late Dr. Abdulai Choggu, founded the clinic in 1992. Since then, it has provided a variety of humanitarian aid to mentally ill people as well as free medical care to the destitute.

Hajia Mariam, the Chief Executive Director, Shakhinah
Youth2Day Supports Dr Choggu’s Shekhinah Clinic

Story by Prince Barak | Justicefmonline I Tamale



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