- WABS Foundation, a US-based NGO has donated items worth thousands of cedis to the Methodist Rafiki satellite village in Central Region
- Stationery and hospital beds were donated to different beneficiaries at the village located in the Efutu municipality
- Rev Dr Isaac Nana Abekah, the owner of an orphanage that benefited from the donation applauded WABS for the kind gesture
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A non-governmental organization based in Washington, USA, WABS Foundation has donated items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the Methodist Rafiki satellite village in the Efutu municipality of the Central Region.
Information obtained by YEN.com.gh from the official website of the foundation, Wabsfoundation.org indicates that the NGO has had Healthcare, Education & Mentorship and Sports & Fitness as part of its core initiatives.
Photos from the donation show the books and other valuable items that pupils, teachers and other beneficiaries were excited to be blessed with by the Wabs Foundation.
A member of the foundation, Charles Danso, who led them on behalf of their US-based founder, Foster Wabama spoke addressed the press after the donation exercises.
In his speech, Charles called on the diaspora and Ghanaians, in general, to lend a helping hand to the needy and further noted that more of such will follow.
Director of the Methodist Rafiki satellite orphanage village (one of the beneficiaries), Rev Dr Isaac Nana Abekah, commended WABS for the gesture and called for more of such.
In another report, former Provost of the College of Health Sciences of the University of Ghana, Rev. Emeritus Prof. Andrews Seth Ayettey, has stated that hydrogen peroxide offers great protection against the novel coronavirus.
In a report made available by 3news.com, the highly-reputable professor indicated that empirical evidence has shown many people were effectively prevented from contracting COVID-19 by the use of the common chemical.
"Eight frontline nurses in the COVID-19 management team at a District Hospital using hydrogen peroxide had not contracted the disease and had tested negative since May 2020.
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