COVID-19: Boakye Agyarko supports Asesewa Gov’t Hospital


Former Energy Minister, Boakye Kyeremateng Agyarko has donated several Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and other items to the Upper Manya Krobo District Emergency Health Care Committee to support their fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the area.

Items donated by the former Energy Minister are: boxes of hand sanitizers, medical groves, nose masks, tissue papers, gallons of liquid soaps and non-contact infrared thermometers.

The aim of the donation, Mr Agyarko said is to give back to the society in a difficult like this; a time when the world is battling the spread of the disease.

He further called on individuals, cooperatives and institutions to come out and support the community in this hard period.

“If what you have been blessed with by the almighty cannot help your people in times of need, then everything you have is equivalent to a ‘toilet paper,'”, he said.

Thereafter, he urged and encouraged Ghanaians to comply with the hygienic measures, as he hopes that with cleanliness and unity, Ghanaians will surely survive this global canker.

Medical Director of the Asesewa Government Hospital, Dr. Eric Boateng on behalf of the District Emergency Health Committee thanked the former Energy Minister for aiding them in this critical moment and promised to make good use of it.

District Chief Executive (DCE) of the area, Felix Nartey Odjao adding salt to issues commended the latter for his love and efforts demonstrated to the people of Kroboland over the years since time immemorial.

Source: Ghana | | Samuel Sackey


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