N.P.P: Bono Region presents Personal Protective Equipments to all Constituencies.
The Bono Regional New Patriotic Party (NPP) has today presented basic items and logistics needed to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) were presented by the national secretarait to the various regions for onwards distribution to the constituencies as part of the Party’s measures to halt the pandemic.
The PPEs were veronica buckets, hand washing bowls, tissue papers, liquid soaps, hand sanitizers, table and chairs among others.
Presenting the items at the Bono regional party’s secretarait the Bono Regional Chairman Kwame Baffoe Abronye DC said the donation forms part of the NPP’s quest in offering a strong support to the national response to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country.
He said the presentation, which forms part of the party’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, was to bolster the government’s efforts to combat the spread of the deadly disease in the region.
Chairman Abronye D.C disclosed that some of the banks in the country are flouting the banking directives issued by the President, thus the granting by the banks of a six (6) month moratorium of principal repayments to entities in the airline and hospitality industries, i.e. hotels, restaurants, car rentals, food vendors, taxis, and uber operators.” he commended those adhering to the directives and urged others to do same.
Receiving the items on behalf of the constituency chairmen, the constituency chairman for Dormaa East Lawyer Solomon Oppong expressed gratitude to both the national and regional executives of the party for the kind gesture, saying the donation will go a long way to help their constituents to protect themselves against the Covid-19.
He urged the constituency executives to continue to educate their constituents to strictly adhere to the stay-home directive, observe social/physical distance and follow every hygienic protocol which have been outlined by the country’s health authorities.