Spaces In Techiman Central Market Marked Out To Ensure Social Distancing

Hon John Donyina, the MCE of the Techiman inspecting the marking out of spaces at the Central Market to ensure social distancing (Facebook)

The heads of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana are enforcing measures to ensure that residents of their respective areas strictly observe social distancing and also use face masks always.

These measures being enforced by the MMDAS are in line with President Akufo-Addo’s directives for all Ghanaians to adopt the habit of regularly wear face masks and also abide by the social distancing rules to help curb the spread of coronavirus.

The Techiman Municipal Assembly in enforcing social distancing in its central market has marked out spaces to ensure that traders observe social distancing.

Hon John Donyina, the Municipal Chief Executive of the Techiman Municipality visited the Techiman Central Market to inspect the marked out of spaces.

Screenshot of a Facebook post on the MCE of Techiman’s visit to the central market to inspect the marking out of spaces to ensure social distancing

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