- A young Ghanaian lady has voluntarily put Veronica Bucket on Wikipedia to preserve its Ghanaian origin
- The lady by name Pamela Ofori-Boateng narrates she spent several sleeping hours to put the piece together on Wikipedia
- Pamela has been hailed by many for her selfless service to Ghana
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Pamela Ofori-Boateng, a young Ghanaian lady has personally sacrificed several sleeping hours to programme information about Veronica Buckets on Wikipedia.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pamela's personal account, the brilliant lady narrated how she spent an entire night on the task of preserving the origin of the Veronica Buckets.
The idea alone to even embark on such a voluntary task for Ghana without necessarily getting anything in return makes her effort worth celebrating.
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A good number of people who saw Pamela's post commended her massively for her profound efforts.
Divine Kporha, after hailing the young woman, indicated what made him even more excited:
Emmanuel Frimpong simply went straightforward and appreciated Pamela's efforts
Veronica Buckets, a common tool used to provide running water for effective hand-washing was invented by a genius Ghanaian woman named Veronica Bekoe.
YEN.com.gh earlier gave a detailed report on how Veronica Buckets came about, stating that Mrs Veronica Bekoe, a brilliant Ghanaian woman is the brain behind the widely known and used veronica buckets that provide running water for hand-washing.
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It was indicated that the smart Ghanaian came up with the innovation whilst she worked at the Public Health and Reference Laboratory of the Ghana Health Service from 1972 to 2008.
Veronica invented the Veronica Bucket with the motivation of helping reduce diarrhoea cases in Ghana and other African countries which were very rampant back in the day.
In other news, the Minister of Information Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has stated clearly that all the foreigners from Guinea who tested positive for COVID-19 in Tamale would be sent back.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah made the information known at the press conference that was held by the Ministry of Information on the afternoon of March 29, 2020.
According to the minister, the 10 foreigners who came from Guinea tested positive for the novel coronavirus after being in the country for 11 days.
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