Krontihen of Mpohor Traditional area donates GHC10K worth of PPE and essential items to health facilities

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Nana Kwampong Aboah II, the Krontihen of the Mpohor Traditonal Area, as part of his commitment to support health facilities within his area, fight the novel coronavirus has donated some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and sanitary items to the Mpohor and Adum Banso Health Centers.

The donation worth Ten thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC10,000.00), is in support of frontline workers that are engaged in these health institutions, in combating the disease in their catchment area.

The items included; 1000 pieces of surgical gloves, packets of N95 nose masks as well as home-made reusable nose masks, alcohol hand-wash and sanitizers, liquid soaps, disinfectants, tissue papers, veronica buckets, waste bins and other essential items.

Nana Kwampong Aboah II whiles acknowledging the need for frontline health workers to adapt to optimum protection from contracting and or spreading the virus, charged residents to adhere to the preventive measures detailed by the Ghana Health Service.

In his words; “we fighting an unknown enemy, and all that we can do is to protect ourselves”, the Krontihen stressed the reality and threatening nature of the pandemic.

“We ought to learn this new behavior. We need to comply with these directives to save ourselves and our families and any other person from this disease” he added.

He continued that the debilitating effect of the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be underestimated, and thus entreated residents to develope a collective and responsible attitude in fighting the disease.

“Apart from people getting infected, it has also had a dire implication on jobs and the economy, people are anxious too. But it is not frightening if you protect yourself from it. For which reason we should all shoulder the challenge to exterminate the virus from our communities and our country” he stated.

Nana Kwampong Aboah II emphasized that until a cure or vaccine is developed, the surest bet to stay alive and healthy is to prevent an infection and spread of the disease.

“We only hope that we get a vaccine or medication soon, so we things can be restored to normalcy” he said.

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