- Ghana Police Service has received support from Twellium Foundation to support in the fight against COVID-19
- Twellium also donated to the office of the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia
- The items they presented to the two entities are Mineral Water, London Oat Digestive, Rush Energy Drink, and many others
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Ghana Police and Samira Bawumia’s office receive support from Twellium Foundation in the fight against COVID-19.
Corporate Ghana continues to assist and support government and state agencies in kind and in cash as the country takes measures to prevent or reduce the spread of the COVID-19.
There have been calls to rich and well to do Ghanians and organizations to support their widow's mite in these trying moments.
Ghana’s First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo on Thursday, April 02, launched the Relief Boxes Challenge, to support the national effort of the preventive and treatment measures instituted by the government against the spread of the COVID-19.
It is in a huge demonstration of this that Twellium Industrial Company, through its foundation; Twellium Foundation donated to support a key stakeholder at the forefront of the fight here in Ghana, the Police Service.
The foundation also donated to the office of the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia.
Shedding light on the motive behind the mass donation by the company and its foundation, Mr. Ali Ajami, the Chief Marketing Officer of the company said the company cannot turn its back on the good people of Ghana in these trying moments.
“We shall fight this pandemic together. And irrespective of where you stand or where you work as a Ghanaian for Ghana, we are bringing help to your doorstep in this trying times,” Mr. Ali Ajami.
The products which were presented included Verna Mineral Water, London Oat Digestive, Rush Energy Drink, and many others.
Twellium Foundation will be visiting next, the various security and health personnel at the various checkpoints and barriers across the nation who are at post 24/7 to check human and cargo traffic in order to contain the spread.
President Nana Addo after declaring a partial lockdown in Accra, Tema, Kasoa and Greater Kumasi also named former Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, as the chairperson for the Board of Trustees which will mange the COVID-19 Fund.
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