The gesture formed part of the couple’s 30th marriage anniversary.
Mrs Mahama announced this on her Facebook page with a harsh tag #pearlanniversary #touchinglives.
She wrote: “By the Grace of God, on our 30th marriage anniversary, my husband and I have the pleasure to inaugurate the Lordina Foundation Maternity and Children’s Ward for the Bole District Hospital.”
The former First Lady said the 865sqm Lordina Foundation Maternity and Children’s Ward had a total of 45 beds, 10 baby cots, five weighing scales with height measurements, a Kangaroo Mother and Child Care Centre, a Delivery Room with two delivery beds, and a Recovery Ward.
“A theatre space with two theatre beds, theatre light and stool also make up the facility. Lastly, there are rooms for Sterilization, Examinations, Doctors consulting room, Nurses workstations, and a Linen Room,” she added.
She, therefore, expressed her gratitude to all who helped in diverse ways to achieve the dream of improved maternity health and reduced infant mortality in the Bole district and its environs.
“I want to thank all our partners and stakeholders that played a part.
This facility is an important part of achieving improved maternal health and reduced infant mortality for residents of Bole and its environs.”
The inauguration ceremony was attended by the Paramount Chief of Bole, Bole Wura Sarfo Kutuge Feso I and other chiefs, the Bole District Chief Executive, Savanna Regional Director for Health, the Bole District Director of Health, management and staff of the Bole District Hospital and the Bole Midwifery Training School.