- Former Ghanaian President John Mahama has donated personal protective equipment and other items to a hospital
- The items donated are to help in the fight against Covid-19
- Mahama was accompanied by NDC National Chairman Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo
The former president of Ghana, John Mahama Dramani, has donated one hundred sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other items to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital (Ridge) in Accra.
Former President Mahama made the donation to the hospital on Sunday.
The items presented include 100 full sets of PPE, 100 gumboots, 120 scrubs for doctors, 50 gowns for patients, 30 gowns for the theatre and 400 bottled water packs.
According to Mahama, the items were to help the medical staff at the hospital in the fight against the Coronavirus virus.
"Earlier today, I visited the Ridge Hospital in Accra where I presented one hundred sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other items to the medical staff at the facility for their fight and management of the Coronavirus pandemic," he captioned photos from the donation exercise.
The photos as seen by Briefly.co.za show the NDC flagbearer was accompanied by party's national chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Covid-19 technical team chairman, Prosper Bani, and MP for Klottey Korle, Dr Zanetor Agemang-Rawlings.
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