The Agricultural Development Bank has donated items that will help to fight against COVID-19 public institutions in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District of the Central Region.

Some of the items donated were 50 Veronica buckets, over 500 hand sanitizers, tissues, Liquid Soaps, Soaps, rubber buckets, and many more.

The beneficiary institutions include the Ghana Police Stations, Ghana Education Service, Ghana Health Service among others.

Presenting the items, the General Manager for the Agricultural Development Bank Dr. John Kofi Mansah said the health of members of the public is very dear to the Bank and the donation is the Banks’ modest contribution to ensure that residents in the district do not contract the coronavirus disease.

“I will entreat every Ghanaian to abide by the safety protocols which are washing of hands with soap under running water regularly, social distancing methods, avoiding of hands shaking, social gathering and many measures that may help individuals from contracting the COVID 19.”

While inspecting the Isolation center in the Ajumako Government Hospital, Dr. John Kofi Mensah assured that the Bank will give the hospital the needed support to enable them to work efficiently.

He also advised Ghanaians to invest in made in Ghana goods that have been manufactured to fight COVID-19.

The District Chief Executive for Ajumako Enyan Essiam Hon. Ransford Emmanuel Kwesi Nyarkoh expressed gratitude to the Bank for such donations and urged other institutions to emulate the good deeds of ADB.

“I will advise the good people in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District to stay safe and avoid contracting coronavirus. Market women should also observe social distancing when they go to market in order not to contract the diseases.”

The Administrator of the Ajumako Government Hospital Mr. Abdalla Shadow also thanked the Management of the Bank and ask for more support.

Source: Boagyan