John Mahama's team gives free breakfast to prisoners, aged & others at Madina

John Mahama's team gives free breakfast to prisoners, aged & others at Madina

- A team following the directive of ex-president John Dramani Mahama has donated breakfast to many people at Madina

- Under the leadership of a man named Sosu, the team gave breakfast to prisoners and other underprivileged people in the area

- This, the team mentions, was to support the many Ghanaians who are unable to fend for themselves because of the lockdown exercise due to the coronavirus

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The team of former president John Dramani Mahama who is the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress have donated free breakfast at Madina.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh was shared on the official Facebook handle of the former president and it showed that the team was led by a gentleman named Sosu.

Sosu indicated categorically in the video report that the move was in line with a directive given by John Mahama and that the donations are meant for the less privileged in the society.

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The charity project was dubbed the 'Lockdown Food Outreach' and the specific groups of Ghanaians that were targetted are prisoners, the aged, head porters (kayayei's), street kids and the sick.

Sosu further explained that the charity gesture has become excessively crucial in this period of the lockdown exercise that is meant to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Ghana.

Many Ghanaians who live hand-to-mouth were put at a great disadvantage by the lockdown as they have been unable to go out, work and put food on the table.

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In other news, Dr Patrina Techi-Ankrah, Ghana's President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's personal physician has narrated how he's strictly protected against COVID-19.

The medical doctor made the statements known at the press briefing that was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Information on April 1, 2020.

She indicated that although the president is not seen in masks or gloves during his meetings, all measures are put in place to ensure that he is absolutely safe.

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