The Nabdam Constituency Executive of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has inaugurated a COVID-19 Task Force to help educate the constituents on the pandemic.

The Task Force is to give direction and develop active interventions for dealing with the disease and provide leadership in terms of planning, organizing, coordinating and monitoring resources and directives of the Ghana Health Service.

It would also design sensitisation and advocacy programmes to involve community target groups in line with current guidelines of the Government.

Madam Agnes Anamoo, the District Chief Executive, and Mr Boniface Gambila, the NPP Parliamentary Candidate, inaugurated the Task Force at Nangodi in the Nabdam District.

They charged it to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols and set standards to achieve the broad goals by the District to prevent its natives from contracting the disease.

The Task Force has Alhaji Ibrahim Amoore as Chairman, with Lawrence Agengre, Roland Datogh, Madam Fausty, and Monica Tibil as members.

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