Togbe Afede XIV Donates Cash And Sanitisers To Help Coronavirus Fight

Togbe Afede making donation to Hospitals in the Volta Region

The Executive Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV has made a donation to the efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Togbe Afede donated a number of sanitisers and an amount of GH¢100,000 to two hospitals in the Volta Regional capital, Ho.

The Ho Teaching Hospital received GH¢60,000 while GH¢40,000 went to the Ho Municipal Hospital.

The Agbogbomefia of Asogli State also gave 2,200 hand sanitizers to hospitals and communities in the state.

The donation he said was to aid in efforts to limit the spread of the disease which is wreaking havoc across the globe.

Nearly 400,000 people have contracted the disease worldwide with over 16,000 deaths.

In Ghana, the numbers aren’t so severe but so far, 132 cases have been confirmed with three deaths.

Togbe Afede urged the traditional leaders and the people in these communities to use the funds and the sanitisers to aid the efforts against the disease while also advising them to adhere to the precautionary measures published by the government.

The club also commended Togbe Afede for his actions.

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source: citi sports

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