Coronavirus: McDan CEO provides emergency funding for local production of hand sanitisers
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Coronavirus: McDan CEO provides emergency funding for local production of hand sanitisers

- Daniel McKorley, the CEO for McDan Group of Companies has set aside funds to support Ghanaian entrepreneurs

- The renowned CEO said in a post on social media that the funds is to support any Ghanaian entrepreneur who wishes to produce sanitisers

- This comes in the wake of coronavirus also known as COVID-19

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The Chief Executive Officer for McDan Group of Companies, Daniel McKorley has set aside funds to support any Ghanaian entrepreneur who wishes to produce hand sanitisers.

This is part of efforts by McDan to help provide home-made hand sanitisers which are effective but affordable considering the high prices of the luxury ones.

The Businessman disclosed in a post on his social media platforms.

''As we prepare to launch McDan Entrepreneurship Challenge season 2, global pandemic covid-19 is threatening our livelihood, but desperate times call for desperate measures.

Ever thought about producing locally-made sanitizers with local ingredients like ‘Akpeteshie”?,'' oneminutegh.com quoted McDan.

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McDan: Ghanaian CEO provides emergency funding for local production of hand sanitisers

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McDan Entrepreneurship Challenge will support any innovation in this regard ..Call 0558640759 now, there’s funding for you”.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that from one of Ghana’s known notorious slums to the University of Glasgow to earn a Ph.D in Mathematics, Angela Tabiri is evidence that resilience and determination scale even the most daunting hurdles.

Being the last of six girls, Angela’s paradigm, while growing up was largely shaped by not just her social setting, but also the absence of gender roles enabled by cultural expectations of what men and women are predetermined to do and eventually become.

This shaped her pattern of thought regarding what she wanted to become and in spite of her humbling start in life, Angela walked a mighty dream.

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