- Talisha Maipuri, the CEO of Talisha Non-Diary Milk and Papa Nono Non-Dairy products has made a massive donation to the police to help fight COVID-19
- The 18-year-old CEO donated GHC11,000 in kind to the Accra Regional Police in Operation COVID Safety
- Accra Regional Police Commander, DCOP/Mr. Frederick Adu Anim received the items and appreciated her greatly for the gesture
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A young Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who is only 18, has made a massive donation to the Accra Regional Police in Operation COVID Safety in a bid to help fight COVID-19.
The Ghana Police made the information known on its official Facebook handle in an adorable post sighted by YEN.com.gh.
It is indicated that the GHC11,000 was donated in-kind comprising non-diary products from the young woman, Talisha Maipuri, the CEO of Talisha Non-Diary Milk and Papa Nono Non-Dairy products.
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See the post below:
According to Talisha, the donation was aimed at showing support to the police for their relentless efforts to still serve the country in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic.
She made this known during the donation at the forecourt of the Regional Police Headquarters, Accra, after which the Accra Regional Police Commander, DCOP/Mr. Frederick Adu Anim received the items and appreciated her greatly for the gesture.
The young CEO's gesture gathered many positive reactions on social media.
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Godwin Gakor showered God's blessings on her:
Albert Azameti mentioned how awesome the young CEO's gesture was:
In other news, a Ghanaian medical doctor identified as Dr Emmanuel Kwesi Coomson has created a simple full-face mask that serves as an effective protective shield against COVID-19.
The report was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Nhyira 104.5 FM, in which it was revealed that the medical officer serves in a large capacity as a medical superintendent at Essam Government Hospital.
According to the renowned doctor, the face shield was made of transparent rubber, foam, glue and elastic band, and can be made by everyone who wishes to make them.
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