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Lady Julia addressing the guests
A section of invited guests
A section of invited guests

IT is vital that Health Education programmes be encouraged and intensify in schools and for care givers. This will assist children with their transition from childhood to adulthood.

Lady Julia Osei-Tutu, the wife of the Asantehene, made this call at the launch of “Abrefi’s Red Letter Day” a new book from the stables of Adwinsa publications Ghana Limited, at the Miklin Hotel in Kumasi.

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 Marrying medicine
with priesthood

For decades, the mention of the name Dr. Asafo-Agyei in Kumasi and the entire Ashanti Region has prompted instant reminders about a person imaginatively bigger than life itself.

Surely, even to some people, children included, who have neither met nor engaged him in any capacity, the man still evokes nothing less of a fascination and phenomenon.

And why not!

He is one doctor whose exploits in the medical profession have reached every corner of the region, to the extent that many seeking medical attention have made his Asafo-Agyei Hospital at Daaban their first stop.

Four decades in practice, Dr. Asafo-Agyei has attended to, and treated, millions of patients from far and near with profound professionalism and care for which he is celebrated globally.

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