-Andre Ayew support the less privilege in the Tamale Metropolis with hand sanitizers
- The players says the gesture is to support the people and also educate about the coronavirus pandemic
- He has also promised to replenish the items when they run out until the COVID-19 is unedr control
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Black Stars captain, Andre Dede Ayew has donated 4,000 hand sanitizers, 25 sets of handwashing bins, tissues among others to the Tamale Metropolis is support of the fight against the deadly COVID-19.
In an interview with Myjoyonline.com, Alhassan Abdul Razak , who spoke on behalf of the Swansea play maker said, the Black Stars player only want to support the less privileged.
He further explained that the items were distributed to bus terminals, chief palaces and some communities in the Tamale Metropolis.
He indicated that Swansea City winger believed that everyone has a responsibility to play in ending the spread of the dreadful virus.
He, therefore, asked residents to adhere to the precautionary measures preached by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
He stressed the virus does not discriminate because celebrities and people in power are being affected and called on citizens to support in their own small way towards the fight.
Noting that the coronavirus has hauled every activity in the world currently and that is having an impact on everybody.
Mr Abdul Razak promised that soap and hand sanitizers will be replenished until the pandemic is under control.
He further charged the managers of bus terminals to take care of the items and ensure that people utilise it to contain the spread of the virus.
Speaking on behalf of the bus operators, Ghana Private Road Transport Union Secretary for the Sankpagla station Haruna Saaka thanked the Black Star captain for such thoughtful gifts especially in these critical times.
“We will make sure that every passenger wash their hands before they enter these buses.”
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that President Nana Akufo-Addo's top appointees in government have donated parts of their salaries to the COVID-19 National Trust Fund.
Akufo-Addo, on Friday, March 27, 2020, announced the setup of the COVID-19 fund during his last address to the nation.
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