Four staff have retired from Mbingo Baptist Hospital (MBH). This took place on December 14, 2019 on the sidelines of the PAACS and CIMS graduation. Before presenting their profiles, MBH Senior Administrator, Mr. Nji Richard Nkeh congratulated the henceforth, senior citizens, for their faithfulness and loyalty that kept them until retirement at age 60.
The four retirees included: Emmanuel Chia Ngong, Technical Services Department, who served for 38 years, Nyingcho Erasmus Ngam, nurse, who served for 38 years, Viseameh Mumuluh Frida, nurse, who served for 40 years and Yuh Amina, caterer, who served for 29 years.
Speaking to the press, the retirees (Nyingcho Erasmus and Viseameh Mumuluh Frida) praised God for seeing them throughout their work-life. The nurses, who served in several capacities across the Board including the position of chiefs of center, said they were leaving the CBCHS with good memories of an organization that cares for the welfare and growth of her workers. They admonished those still in service to be loyal and duty-conscious so that they can also retire happily.
Rev. Dr. Nfor Ephesians, MBH head chaplain prayed for the retirees who go to begin a new life as senior citizens. Heavy feasting followed in the hospital premises and in individual homes.