Former Minister Of State Assures

The former minister of state for Youth and Sports, and Agric during the erstwhile Mills Mahama government and the member Of Parliament for Anlo Constituency Hon Kofi Humado has presented a number of items to the Anloga District Assembly as his quota to the fight against the spread of Coronavirus in the District.

Some of the items presented includes: infrared forehead thermometers, gallons of hand sanitizer, pieces of nose masks, pieces of hand gloves, Veronica Buckets with bowls.

In a brief statement, the MP assured those gathered that Ghana would surely overcome the deadly virus if we all take the precautionary measures seriously and also report suspected cases within the community to the appropriate authorities.

To handover the items, the MP demonstrated the use of the items and also thanked the people for honouring the invitation.

The District Chief Executive Hon Seth Yormewu who received the items on behalf of the Assembly thanked the MP for his support and also pleaded with other stakeholders to come to their aid since government cannot do it alone.

The District Director of health who finally received the items on behalf of the health workers thanked the MP and Assembly for their support during this difficult period.

She noted that one of the most essential equipment needed for their work at this time is the infrared forehead thermometer which was presented among the items.

She assured the MP and the entire Assembly that the equipment will be put to good use as we fight the spread of the Coronavirus within the District.

The MP promised more items in the upcoming days when they arrived from Europe.
At the ceremony were some Constituency Executives, some District Assembly workers, members of the public and some health workers.

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