The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) has outdoor the Ruth Ama Eshun Memorial Educational Fund.
The outdooring of the Educational Fund was part of activities making this year’s celebration of the International Day of Nurses.
The education fund is to cater for the three children left behind by the late Ruth Eshun. The 37-year-old nurse was allegedly murdered by unknown assailants at Ayoum in the Ashanti Region while she was returning from work early this year.
One suspect was arrested in connection with the murder of the nurse but nothing has happened after the arrest.
Presenting the fund award certificate to the husband of the late Ruth Eshun, on behalf of GRNMA, Mr. Felix Nyante, Registrar of the Nursing and Midwifery Council said the educational fund will go a long way to advance the education, training and life skills of the three children the deceased Nurse left behind.
Mr. Nyante prayed for God’s guidance and protection for the husband and children. He further called on other organizations and philanthropists to contribute to the education fund.
President of the GRNMA, Mrs. Perpetual Ofori-Ampofo said the plan to have the education fund was to ensure that the education of the children was not interrupted following their mother’s demise.