- Adaman Zongo community, as well as the Tesano community, have received donations to help with Ramadan observation
- The donation was made by CEO of Despite Group, Dr Osei Kwame Despite and CEO of Special Investments, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong
- Salifu Adams and Alhaji Ibrahim Bonney received the items on behalf of the communities
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CEO of Despite Group, Dr Osei Kwame Despite and CEO of Special Investments, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, have donated items worth thousands of cedis to two Muslim communities to aid with the month of Ramadan.
A report by Peacefmonline.com confirms that the profound gesture is not solely because of the COVID-19 outbreak but an annual one to help the Muslim communities in this holy period.
The two renowned CEOs were not able to make it to the donation exercise in person but all activities were carried out on their behalf by a production manager by name Roger Quartey.
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While making the presentation of the items, the representative of the CEOs mentioned that it is their shared duty and part of their corporate social responsibilities to assist others, more so, in this COVID-19 plagued times.
He also indicated that the gesture is also meant to appreciate the Islamic communities as they intercede for the country through fasting and prayers in their holy month of Ramadan.
Salifu Adams and Alhaji Ibrahim Bonney received the items on behalf of the Adaman Zongo community as well as the Tesano community and expressed their profound gratitude to the group.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Enyonam Manye, the executive producer and host of Biztrends Show on GHOne TV, 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.
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