The Ghana branch of the King Mohammed VI Foundation of African Oulema has donated sanitary and other provisions to Nima Clinic in Nima in Greater Accra.
Morocco’s Ambassador to Ghana Image Quaadil donated the items on behalf of the foundation. The items included hand sanitizers, liquid detergents, bleach, disinfectants and toiletries.
The donation is part of the foundation’s public health program aimed at providing health centers with supplies and enhancing the national healthcare system.
Usman Barry, the foundation’s general secretary for Ghana, said it was committed to helping the Ghanian government provide supplies for healthcare centers in need, Modern Ghana reported.
Alexander Balinia Adda, a senior medical officer at the clinic, appealed to the king for greater support and requested a surgical outfit for low-risk cases.
Mohammed VI became king in 1999 upon his father’s death, the late King Hassan II. He hails from the Alaouite dynasty. His net worth increased after inheriting a 35-percent stake in Societe Nationale d’Investissement from his father, Style reported, and is now estimated at $2.1 billion.
His assets include shares in Attijariwafa, Morocco’s largest bank, the Managem (a mining group), Consumer (a sugar-producing company) and Centrale Danone (a dairy company).