She used the occasion to pay the medical bills of some patients to facilitate their release so as to enjoy Valentine’s Day with their loved ones.
Ms Darko-Opoku also paid for the transfer of twins who were born prematurely to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital to receive intensive care and better support.
The items include 10 gallons of parazone, 10 gallons of disinfectants, 30 rolls of cotton, 50 cans of glucose, 10 cartons of carnation milk, 5 cartons of milo, 24 pieces of toilet paper, 10 pieces of bedsheets, 34 boxes of water, 10 gallons of liquid soap, boxes of vitaco, and boxes of sunlight soap.
According to the hospital, they spend GH¢ 1,000.00 monthly on water supply and this facility would allow them to store their own water for use.
This event follows a similar exercise organised by her foundation – the Obuobia Foundation in August of 2015 when she presented the physically challenged in the Ga South Municipality with several items ranging from Wheel chairs to whites canes.