After their brother Brian Amoateng was called out on social media when he said the church was not responsible for donating hand sanitizers, his two brothers have launched a face-saving campaign.
Daniel Amoateng, the founder of Power of Worship International at Spintex, has offered to use his church premises as a shelter for all homeless people during the lockdown in parts of Accra.
This comes after President Nana Akufo-Addo in a nation’s address on Friday announced restriction of movements with the Accra Metropolis and the Kumasi Metropolis.
According to him, the people who will be housed by the church will be provided with drinks, water, rice and hand sanitisers during their stay.
One of the three brothers, Sampson Amoateng has also announced 0506442590 and 0249458249 as hotlines families could contact when in need during the period as their support towards the fight against COVID-19 in Ghana.
It should be noted that Brian Amoateng has apologised for his hand sanitizers comments.
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