John Mahama donates PPEs to Tamale Teaching Hospital

Former President John Dramani Mahama has extended supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to management of the Tamale Teaching Hospital towards the fight against Covid-19 outbreak in Ghana.

Mr. Mahama had supported other regional health facilities in the country to support frontline health workers to deliver in this critical period of the pandemic.

Items donated included 1000 pieces of hand sanitizer, face masks, hand gloves, 100 set of gumboots and 100 set of PPEs.

A delegation led by Former Chief of Staff and Interior Minister Prosper Bani and Northern Regional executives of the opposition NDC led by Alhaji Ibrahim Mobila, the regional chairman presented the items on behalf of John Mahama.

Officials at the TTH expressed gratitude to the former president and flagbearer of the NDC for the benevolence.

So far 10 Guinean nationals tested positive for the Covid-19 virus in the Northern Region as one managed to escape from the mandatory quarantine facility.

However, the delegation also presented 1000 bottles sanitizer, sachet water and assorted drinks to market women at the Tamale Aboabo market, Tricycle (Yellow-Yellow) transport operators, the Tamale Butchers Union.

Other beneficiaries are workers at the Tamale Central Cemetery and the Nyohani Children’s Home.

Source: tamaleonline.net

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