The Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NYEIP), John Kumah has donated some Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the Ejisu Health Directorate in the Ashanti Region to aid frontline workers in the fight against Covid-19.
He also donated some of the PPE’s to security officers of the Covid19 safety operation in the constituency enforcing Government’s ban on movement.
The items he donated include 2000 hand Sanitizers, 10 boxes of gloves, toilet rolls, 10 Veronica buckets, among several other assorted materials and GHC10, 000.00.
John Kumah promised to bring more equipment in the coming days.
According to him, Ghanaians are not in normal times, therefore “we must all rally behind anyone who is playing a role in the fight against covid 19.”
The donation he said, was meant to say thank you to the men and women who are risking their lives to fight the virus, expressing confidence that very soon the country will start seeing positive results from the numerous strategies that has been instituted by Government to fight the virus.
“This too shall pass,” he stressed.
“Let’s observe the preventive measures as announced by the Ministry of Health and we will greatly reduce our chances of getting the virus he added, most importantly stay home” he added.
John Kumah also commissioned a 16 seater toilet Facilities to the Ejisu to supplement the poor sanitation condition in these communities.
In July 2019, he cut sod for the construction of 30 seater toilets and 16 seater toilet Facilities to ease the sanitation pressure in communities such as Bonwire, Besease, Odaho, Essienimpong, Abenase and Ejisu.
He said the John Kumah 2020 agenda is one borne out of the spirit of development rather than throwing about cash and that he is responding to what the people really need at this very point.
John Kumah pledged his continuous support to ensure that social amenities are provided to keep the people going.