- Shaibu Adams, a young man in Ghana has made donations to the Madina Police Station in the fight against COVID-19
- The gentleman donated sanitizers, detergents, toilet rolls among some others
- People in Ghana's armed forces have needed to be protected, given that they are not included in the lockdown
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A young man in Ghana identified by the name Shaibu Adams has donated his widow's mite to Madina Police Station in a bid to help kick out the coronavirus pandemic from the country.
In a report by Celebritiesbuzz.com, Shaibu did not actually disclose the work he does but it is quite obvious the young man is an average worker, judging from the setting of the gesture.
The young man donated detergents, toilet rolls, hand sanitizers among other things, which he mentioned was his bid to help protect the police officers against the spread of COVID-19.
Several parts of Ghana including Accra, Tema, Obuasi and Kumasi have been on a partial lockdown since March 30, 2020, according to a directive by the president.
It would be recalled that on March 27, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo indicated that the lockdown is enforced in a bid to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
As the military and police force are the ones enforcing the directive on the people in the affected areas, there has been the need for them to be protected from the disease, which makes Shaibu's donation very timely and worthy of praise.
In other news, Ghanaians have descended heavily on a man who decided to record himself using tap water without discretion simply because President Akufo-Addo has made it free for 3 months.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the gentleman opened three different taps and had two buckets overflowing, while a wash sink was just flowing away.
Luckily for him, the man who perpetrated the act did not show his face or reveal his voice by speaking but that did not stop him from being heavily attacked by Ghanaians on social media.
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