The event which took place on Good Friday on the premises of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in the community saw the patronage of Elders, Parents and their Children who also had the opportunity to receive free health counseling, education and medication.
Talking to Mama Bisa I; who was also commemorating her 10 years anniversary as Queen Mother of the Awate, she explained her action was just intended to educate her people on their health matters and help them get remedies.
Over the years, she has used her influence to organize annual football competitions among the youths on Easter Mondays in her pursuit to promote peace in the community which has subsequently helped resolved disputes in the town and its environs.
She is also leading the establishment of a Vocational Institute which would be used as a facility to train various Junior High School graduates to acquire unique skills in various professions to aid the development of the town.
Benson Owusu, CEO of the Quik Medical Consult led the education on hypertension and diabetes as well as its prevention methods as these diseases were noted to be silent killers among the indigenes.
He further encouraged his fellow health workers to reach out to the society with health education in ensuring the queues at the OPDs reduce after the masses are educated on various preventable diseases killing people in the country and Africa
The Quik Medical Consult has also over the years enrolled Children onto the National Health Insurance Scheme across the country, sponsored surgeries for children, screened thousands and have reached out to millions through various media engagements.