Abeiku Santana appointed ambassador for Covid-19 Trust Fund

Abeiku Santana appointed ambassador for Covid-19 Trust Fund

- Abeiku Santana of Okay FM has been appointed ambassador for Covid-19 Trust Fund

- His job is to attract more money into the funds and advocate Covid-19 safety measures

- The Covid-19 Trust Fund was established by an Act of Parliament

Government has appointed Abeiku Santana as the ambassador for the Covid-19 Trust Fund.

A letter to the Okay FM presenter explained that his ambassadorial role will be to help attract funds from the private sector to the Trust Fund and also engage in public sensitization on the Covid-19 safety protocols.

Abeiku Santana appointed ambassador for Covid-19 Trust Fund
Abeiku Santana appointed ambassador for Covid-19 Trust Fund (Stock Photo)
Source: UGC

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According to him, talks on the vaccine are far advanced to get them into the country.

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Meanwhile, the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) of Ghana has announced that Ghana could start importing unpackaged COVID-19 vaccines in bulk.

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