Ghanaian man & team donate 100 desks so students can practise social distancing

Ghanaian man & team donate 100 desks so students can practise social distancing

- Richard Addison Foundation led by the founder, Richard E. Addison has provided 100 desks in a donation exercise

- According to Addison, this is to help selected schools in the Western Region practise social distancing as a COVID-19 preventive protocol

- The team also used the opportunity to pay the hospital bills for some patients at the Takoradi Hospital

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Richard E. Addison, the founder of The Richard Addison Foundation has led his team to procure 100 desks for students at some schools located in the Western Region.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the founder @RichardeAddison, it is indicated that the selected schools for the donation were picked on the basis of having some deficiencies.

The gesture as Richard E. Addison confirms is aimed at ensuring that the schools have enough furniture to be able to practise social distancing as a COVID-19 preventive protocol.

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Richard further explained that his team used one bird to kill two stones as they seized the opportunity to settle the hospital bills of some patients at the Takoradi Hospital.

Speaking about the entire exercise after it was all said and done, Richard's words were:

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He then added:

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Ghanaian man & team donate 100 desks so students can practice social distancing
Ghanaian man & team donate 100 desks so students can practice social distancing Credit: @RichardeAddison
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In another exciting report, Margaret Afriyie, an award-winning Ghanaian midwife also does part-time work as a hardworking farmer in the Ashanti Region.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn handle of Edward Asare, it is confirmed that Margaret won the First Lady’s Excellence Awards (Health) in 2021.

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In addition to this, the beautiful and smart health worker won the best midwife award in the Ashanti Region for the year 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.

Because of her amazing exploits, the industrious midwife also won for herself the universal health coverage award at her workplace in the year 2019.

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