BY: News Desk | Voltaonlinegh.com |
In the wake of the novel coronal virus pandemic, Mcisidore Foundation, a benevolent organization, has been providing packets of food to people affected by the partial lockdown in Accra.
The relief items according to the Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer, Isidore Enyonam Togbedji were his contribution towards government’s efforts to address the challenges of the pandemic.
The items include 400 loafs of bread, 100 bags of rice, 400 pack of cooked jollof rice and chicken, and 400 bottles of soft drinks.
Hundreds of daily wagers and the homeless who as a result of restrictions were not able to work to feed themselves were treated to good food and drinks.
Mr. Isidore Enyonam who lamented about the challenges faced by the people stranded on the streets, encouraged the private sector and other social organizations to collaborate with the government in managing the situation.
He said the gesture by his Foundation was largely made possible by his good friend, Kwakye O. Desmond who is the CEO of Seal Mining and Civil Limited.
The volunteers who were engaged took necessary hygienic precautions by wearing gloves and face masks and using hand sanitizers during the food distribution.