COVID-19: Korle Bu Teaching Hospital receives water, food and protective gears from Twellium Foundation
As part of its contributions toward the fight to contain and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Twellium Foundation has donated products worth thousands of Ghana cedis to frontline health workers, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
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The Twellium Foundation and Verna Changing Lives donation train made a stop at the Korle Bu
Teaching Hospital to extend support to the front line health workers at the facility and also to assure them of the support of the public.
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Making the donation, the Chief Marketing Officer of the Twellium Industrial Company, Mr. Ali
Ajami expressed optimism that the war against the COVID-19 global pandemic in Ghana will not be lost at any level.
He opined that his outfit hopes the donation would help enhance quality health care delivery.
The items presented included protective gear, food, and nutrition, water, etc.
In other news, Victory Bible Church International (VBCI), one of the leading Charismatic and Pentecostal churches in Ghana, has provided food items to over two thousand homes within the Awoshie-Anyaa communities in the Ablekuma North Constituency where the church is located.
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The church gave to the poor and needy within its locality items bag of rice, one liter of pure organic virgin coconut oil, three pieces of sardines each, two-kilogram semolina, loaves of bread and a pack of sachet water.
The distribution was done at the church’s premises on Sunday, April 19, 2020.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP, Lydia Seyram Alhassan on Saturday, April 18 donated 3000 bags of 5kg Rice, among others to the churches in the 11 electoral areas in the constituency.
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