Brother Dr. Owusu Asiamah, the Overseer of the Takoradi Central Church of Christ has added his voice to the call on Ghanaians to abide by all the directives from states and WHO in order to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

He stated that the global death toll was shocking even among advanced countries and that called for precautionary measures as was laid down to avoid further spread of the pandemic.

Brother Dr. Asiamah said, “We thank God for the cases recorded and how Ghana carefully managed the situation through God’s own protection…we cannot afford to trend further”.

The Church of Christ Overseer said this when he led the leadership of the Church to donate 3,000 pieces of Hand Sanitizers to the Kwesimintsin hospital, the Sekondi Prison, Adekope community, the Abenbebom market and lorry stations and Kwesimintsin lorry stations among others.

The gesture according to Him was to fulfill Scripture which says, “Jesus the son of God went about and doing good”.
The Church according to him, spent close to 40,000 cedis to provide for the needy in their catchment areas through the provision of foodstuffs and medical supplies including the Sanitizers.

At the Kwesimintsin hospital, Mr. Felix Osei Kesse, the Health Service Administrator blessed the church for the support, which he said would go a long way to help the frontliners in service delivery.

He further requested for nose masks, N95 covers, and disposable gowns to enhance their work.

DSP Samuel Amarfio, the Regional Operations officer of the Sekondi Central Prison was grateful to the church for the support in the form of bread, groundnut paste, and Sanitizers.

He appealed for fumigation materials to help fumigate the facility.

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