Leading Motorcycle manufacturing Company, Apsonic Motors, have today distributed Personal Protective Equipments to various security installations in the Upper West Region to help complement government efforts at fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
The items, worth about Gh₵ 50,000 included 2000 pieces of face masks, 20 pieces of Veronica buckets,10 thermometre guns, 200 pieces of reflected jackets and severals of soaps and sanitisers.
The beneficiary agencies were the Upper West Regional Police Command, the Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana Immigration Service, Ghana Customs Division and the Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA).
Leading dealer in Apsonic Motors in the region, Alhaji Moskilla, led the donation and told NTV in an interview that the company’s intervention was motivated by its commitment to safeguard the health of their customers and the public at large.
He said the Motorcycle Manufacturing Company’s effort was also aimed at augmenting government efforts at combating the COVID-19.
As at the last count, Ghana’s total confirmed corona virus cases was 3091 with 18 deaths and more than 300 recoveries. The Upper West Region which is also battling a CSM outbreak has recorded 19 cases of the deadly virus.
The beneficiary agencies expressed gratitude to Apsonic Motors and assured the items will be put to good use.