Ghanaian musician Okyeame Kwame is back with the annual Hepatitis B Screening exercise.
The upcoming edition forms a part of activities to mark the World Hepatitis B Day slated for July 28, 2022.
Ahead of that, the ‘Rap Docta’ has tabled a number of activities to mark this year’s celebration.
Preceding World Hepatitis Day, the musician together with fans and many others will embark on a walk to help create awareness of the disease.
The walk is expected to kickstart at the Silver Star Towers, through the airport and aviation and back to the Silver Star Towers.
Apart from the walk, there shall also be an aerobics session, Hepatites B screening and vaccination for 1000 people.
Dubbed: Bringinghepatitis care closer to communities – Hep can’t wait, Okyeame Kwame hopes the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) would enlist Hepatitis B treatment so more patients could have access to medication.
The event is sponsored by KPMG, Japan motors, Silver Star Towers, and Excelsior Global Limited.
Others include Gaslidd Ghana, Run Ghana and the Ghana Health Service.
The event is powered by MDS Lancet Laboratories and OK Foundation.
Okyeame Kwame has for the past twelve consecutive years relentlessly dedicated his time to helping fight Hepatitis B.