Actress and leader of “Compassion For Change (C4C)”, Bibi Bright has finally paid a courtesy call on Rebecca Akufo-Addo, wife of the Nana Akufo-Addo after she endorsed the leading opposition party, NPP.
The actress during her visit on Thursday, November 3 at Nana Addo’s Nima-based residence officially introduced her “Compassion For Change (C4C)” team who has been working enormously well through health screening to win votes for the flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party. The actress and producer also briefed Rebecca Akufo-Addo how the “Compassion For Change (C4C)” exercise has helped some individuals who were wailing at home because they had no money to pay hospital bills.
Bibi Bright giving account of her campaign strategy disclosed, “there are many Ghanaians suffering because the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is not in good standing”. According to her, beneficiaries of the “Compassion For Change (C4C)” health screening complained bitterly about the current state of the country.
She added that most Ghanaians they talked to when they traveled to Upper East, Upper West, Nzema, Greater Accra Region and other places for the free health screening gave bad accounts of the ruling NDC government.
Bibi Bright who has been embarking on the “Compassion For Change (C4C)” for months now assured Rebecca Akufo-Addo that her husband will be announced president after the 2016 general election judging from the comments of aggrieved Ghanaians. She revealed that both the old and young are ready to vote the ruling government out of power.
She promised not to halt the C4C campaign even when NPP wins the December 7 polls. Bibi vowed that she will make sure health service are better under the governance of NPP should they win the 2016 election.
Talking about “Compassion For Change (C4C)” health screening campaign to win votes for NPP, Bibi Bright told Mrs Akufo Addo that the event has been held in several towns across the country. The leader of the group stated that the group travels with about six doctors and five nurses during a tour.
According to her, they screen over 400 people when they visit a town. She added that the team also educate the public how to use their vote wisely when they go to the December 7 polls.