Stonebwoy donates hand sanitisers, water, others to Police after coming out of self-quarantine

Stonebwoy donates hand sanitisers, water, others to Police after coming out of self-quarantine

- Stonebwoy has finally come out of 14 days self-quarantine

- As part of his efforts to help fight the deadly coronavirus, Stonebwoy has donated boxes of hand sanitisers, several packs of bottled water and soft drinks among others to the Ashaiman Police Department

- Stonebwoy urged Ghanaians to be supportive of each other as the country fights the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus

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Award-winning Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has presented the Ashiaman Police Department with boxes of hand sanitisers, several packs of bottled water and soft drinks among others to help them fight the spread of the deadly coronavirus.

Stonbwoy has been in self-quarantine for the mandatory 14 days period after he returned from his recent Europe tour and decided to do the donation as soon as he was clear to come out.

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In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy was seen presenting the items to the police.

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He urged Ghanaians to be supportive of each other as the country fights the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus

He also added that Ghanaians should not ignore the directives given by health officials and the president.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah had donated several items to the market folks at the Texpo market at Spintex in Accra.

Some of the items include veronica buckets, wipes, detergents, wipes and bags of rice among others.

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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Jackie Appiah after the donation took advantage of the donation to sensitize the sellers at the market about the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.

She later urged them to stay at home if they have nothing important to do in town and also to stay safe in this COVID-19 period.

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