- Nana Kwame Bediako has promised to give one of his luxury apartments on the Oxford Street in Osu to government to fight the COVID-19
- He said his 5-star luxury serviced apartment hotel is up on offer as a safe place for medics should the need arise
- Nana Kwame also pledged his edifice to be used as a quarantine location, isolation centre or a temporary hospital for governement to help in the fight against COVID-19
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Real estate developer, Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as ‘Cheddar', has promised to give one of his luxury apartments in Osu to government to fight the COVID-19.
According to a Joy Business News report, he said his 5-star luxury serviced apartment hotel is up on offer as a safe place for medics should the need arise.
The luxury Oxford Street apartment was also pledged to be used as a quarantine location, isolation centre or a temporary hospital to help in the fight against COVID-19.
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“...should the need arise, we are preparing to work with government and health organizations to utilize No 1 Oxford Street Hotel and Suites as a centre to house victims and/or medical personnel," he said.
In a related development, the leader of the Titi-Ofei Ministries bowed to pressure from residents of the area where the building is located after he gave up a facility for use amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Some residents of Tema-West on Thursday, April 2, 2020, protested against the decision by the man of God to give out his facility, which is located in a residential area as an isolation center.
The residents expressed concern that the disease being fought is highly contagious and using the facility which is not isolated as an isolation center could expose residents to the dreaded pandemic.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana has recorded nine new COVID-19 cases on Thursday taking the total number to 204, according to an update from the Ghana Health Service.
All nine cases were from the Greater Accra region. Four of them have no history of travel nor contact with any confirmed case.
“Other four have no travel history but are contacts of confirmed cases in Ghana, and one travelled to Ghana from Benin within the past 14 days,” the GHS update said.
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