- Enyonam Manye, the host of the popular Biztrends Show on GHone TV, and her team have recently made donations to residents at Shai Hills in Accra
- The team donated rice, cooking oil, bottles of shito and detergents to help the vulnerable and less privileged in these hard times of COVID-19 outbreak
- During the exercise, the community members were also educated by experts on how to protect themselves from COVID-19 and stop its spread
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Enyonam Manye, the executive producer and host of Biztrends Show on GHone TV, has made massive donations to residents in Shai Hills even after lockdown lift.
Since the lockdown was lifted by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, beginning April 20, 2020, the government stopped sharing free food as part of the relief packages for vulnerable people in affected parts of Ghana.
However, Enyonam Manye and her team decided to still embark on the donation exercise to help cushion the community members in an effort to help fight the novel coronavirus.
The Biztrends Show host empathized with residents in the community concerning the coronavirus situation in the area, assuring that they will continue to assist the residents when the need arises.
She was optimistic that the donation of rice, cooking oil, bottles of shito and detergents would help sustain the vulnerable and less-privileged in these hard times.
Also present during the exercise was Dr Alfred K. Manyeh, an epidemiologist research fellow at the University of Health and Allied Science, Ho, who also helped by sensitising members of the community on COVID-19, its effect and how best they can protect themselves.
In a short speech, Enyonam Manye advised members of the community to adhere to safety measures taught them in order to help prevent the virus from spreading further.
She also urged the government to engage some of the celebrities in educating the rural communities on COVID-19 and its preventive measures.
Finally, Enyonam encouraged the people to, at all times, respect the social distancing protocol and the safety measures, praying for the well-being of residents.
Meanwhile, Godwin Gyimah, a young Ghanaian student pursuing an MA in History at the Eastern Illinois University in the United States has won first place for Excellence in Student Research and Creativity.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of the U.S. Embassy Ghana, it is indicated that Gyimah's achievement was under the graduate division of the History Department's Booth Library's 2020 awards.
Reports indicate that Godwin Gyimah worked excellently on a brilliant project titled: “Into the World We Go, the Peace Corps Program as a Facet of America-Ghana Relations."
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