Representatives of the group on Saturday visited the premises where they officially handed over the renovated facility to the management of the hospital.
The group also donated other relief items to the hospital to be used for the care of patients.
This project was sponsored by mobilized monies gained from fundraising activities they undertook.
In her official address, the President of the Wey Gey Hey 1994 Year Group, Commander Naa Ayeley Akwei-Aryee, said undertaking this venture also formed part of the group’s activities to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary of completing high school.
“We the 1994 graduating class of Wesley Girls’ High School decided to give back to the wider community that nurtured and contributed to our formative years. After brainstorming on what to do, we settled on this project. It is a decision we have not regretted and we derived so much joy from doing it,” she said.
The Director of the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital, Dr. Kwadwo Obeng Marfo expressed the gratitude of his outfit to the group for what he described as “an extraordinary demonstration of love.”
“This is the most extensive renovation that has ever been done at the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital here in Cape Coast. The level of work done is unprecedented and the impact it is going to have on the patients here is amazing”