Covid-19: Deputy Chief of Staff, Abu Jinapor supports health facilities in Damongo

Deputy Chief of Staff at the Jubilee House, Samuel Abu Jinapor has donated Carbolic Soap to some health facilities in the Damongo constituency.

The gesture by the NPP parliamentary candidate for Damongo is in line with safety and preventive measures in the wake of the global outbreak of Coronavirus.

The NPP executives in the Damongo led by the second vice chairman Mr. Bakuri Kotochi, the organizer Seidu Jaja together with the Communication Director, Mr. Iddrisu Laminu made the donation on behalf of Lawyer Jinapor who is their parliamentary candidate.

According to the Organizer, the candidate made this donation as the first and immediate measure to prevent the disease from spreading should there be a confirmed case.

Mr. Abu Jinapor also made a personal promise to again supply some hand Sanitizers, nose and mouth Mask, gloves among others when they are available to all health centers in the Damongo Constituency.

Health workers who benefited from the gesture couldn’t hide their joy when the team arrived in the various health centers to supply the carbolic soap.

Mr. Francis Ewuntomah and Mr Francis salia who represented the West Gonja District hospital received the carbolic soap on behalf of the Hospital.

Mr. Aziz Yelichere and Madam Comfort also received the carbolic soap on behalf of the District Health Directorate and the Damongo Town Clinic respectively.

In their brief remarks, they prayed for the NPP Parliamentary candidate (Lawyer Abu Jinapor) for his kind gesture and the quick intervention taken to supply all health centers with the carbolic soap.

“That shows leadership, and may God richly bless him,” they prayed.

They have therefore promised to put the Carbolic soap donated to them for the purpose in which it’s meant for.


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