- The CEO of Goldridge Ghana Limited, Dr Sledge Nana Yaw Duodu, has donated to the Greater Accra Regional Police Command
- Dr Sledge Nana Yaw Duodu, together with his wife presented bags of rice, oil and other food items to the police
- Videos clips of the admirable donation have emerged online
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Ghanaian millionaire and CEO of Goldridge Ghana Limited, Dr Sledge Nana Yaw Duodu, together with his wife, @amadia.gh, have donated to the Greater Accra Regional Police Command.
The prevailing coronavirus pandemic necessitated the kind gesture from the generous business mogul and his supportive wife.
Dr Sledge Nana Yaw Duodu, together with his team made the donation to the Greater Accra Regional Command amid the novel coronavirus plaguing the world which compelled the Ghana government to impose a partial lockdown in some major cities in Ghana.
Police top hierarchy at the Greater Accra Regional Police Command received the food items from the notable business titan and his wife.
In a video sighted online, police personnel were captured unpacking the food items that were presented by Dr Sledge in support of national efforts toward the containment and prevention of the coronavirus.
Dr Sledge Nana Yaw Duodu is an unrepentant giver who continues to show up with massive support when it is much needed.
In 2018, the business mogul and his wife stormed the stage at the launch of Shatta Wale 'The Reign' album which took place at the Fantasy Dome in Accra to offer GHC150,000 for the first copy of the album.
This recent presentation adds to series of donations that have been made by prominent Ghanaian personalities including Dr Osei Kwame Despite and his brother, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, Shatta Wale, Medikal, Fella Makafui, Jackie Appiah and others.
In a related story, the Chief Executive Officer of the Despite Group of Companies, Dr Osei Kwame Despite Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong made a cash donation of $100,000.00 to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) toward the fight against COVID- 19.
The donation was to help health authorities at KATH to provide health essentials such as gloves overalls, nose masks, face shields, goggles, aprons, examination gloves, heavy-duty gloves, gumboot, hand sanitisers, and others for healthcare frontliners in the prevention and containment of the novel cornavirus.
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