- Rev. Obofour has donated some items to the Tema General Hospital
- He gave out hand sanitiser, Veronica buckets, tissues, soaps and an amount of GHS 100,000 among other things
- This kind gesture by Rev. Obofour in this time of the outbreak of coronavirus is a way of giving back to the society
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Founder and General Overseer of the Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Reverend Obofour has donated some items to the Tema General Hospital to help them fight the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
Some of the items Rev. Obofour donated include; hand sanitiser, Veronica buckets, tissues, soaps, hospital beds and an amount of GHC 100,000 among other things.
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Gospel singer, Gifty Adorye 's husband, Hopeson Adorye was also present to support Rev. Obofour during the donation.
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Rev. Obofour joins a host of influential and business moguls who have supported various hospitals in the wake of the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, had made a donation to Ridge Hospital.
He donated a total of 3,000 pieces of face masks to the health center to help protect the health workers from the outbreak of the coronavirus.
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Mr. Agyapong disclosed that his gesture was in line with the observance of the preventive measures of the disease being preached in this coronavirus era.
He further pledged that he would extend the gesture to other hospitals as he is expecting about 100,000 more of face masks and gloves to arrive in the country.
The MP added that Ghana should not wait for the disease to get out of hand and asked all to go by all the preventive measures to curb the situation.
The head of the hospital was thankful to Kennedy Agyapong for his intervention which he said came at the right time.
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