Dr. Amara Stevens Ngegbai, the Bo District Medical Officer (DMO), pledged his unwavering commitment to fortify the Police medical facility during a courtesy visit to the Regional Police Commander South, AIG Brima Kanneh, on Monday, September 25th, 2023.
Despite recent renovations under the leadership of Inspector General of Police William Fayia Sellu, the Police hospital faces challenges with shortage of essential medications and certain vital medical equipment. Dr. Ngegbai’s visit brought a glimmer of hope to address these pressing needs.
The Bo DMO commended AIG Kanneh for his unrelenting efforts in curbing crime in the Southern Region, particularly within the city of Bo. He expressed his admiration for AIG Kanneh’s leadership, stating, “I am prepared to extend my support by providing crucial medications and necessary equipment to elevate the standards of your medical facility.”
He underscored the partnership between the health ministry and the Police institution, emphasizing his dedication to nurturing and sustaining this collaborative relationship.
AIG Kanneh warmly received the DMO and the delegation from the Bo Government Hospital, expressing his gratitude for their generous offer. He eagerly pledged to relay this uplifting news to the Inspector General of Police.
Moreover, AIG Kanneh urged all police officers facing health challenges to utilize the Police hospital situated at the New Police Barracks, reassuring them that the much-needed medications would soon be readily available. He also highlighted that the hospital extends its services not only to the Police but also to the civilian population in neighboring communities.
The legacy of AIG Brima Kanneh’s tenure as the Regional Police Commander is underscored by numerous accomplishments and a steadfast commitment to enhancing the well-being of his officers and the community at large. Dr. Ngegbai’s pledge of support for the Police medical facility stands as a testament to the strength of community partnerships and their vital role in safeguarding the health and welfare of law enforcement personnel.