BY: News Desk | Voltaonlinegh.com |
Lovemak Ventures, an indigenous trading company in the Volta region has reached out to the Sokode-Lokoe community in the Ho municipality with a number of hand washing facilities as part of its contribution towards the fight against the Corona virus pandemic in the area.
The items comprising, Veronica Buckets with stands and liquid soap, were presented to the community leaders by the company’s manager, Mr Mawuli Asigbey on Monday.
According to him, the gesture was part of the company’s corporate social initiatives to support government’s efforts in combating the deadly COVID-19 in the country.
He entreated residents to observe all the safety protocols against the spread of the pandemic such as frequent washing of hands with soap under running water, use alcohol based hand sanitizers as well the practicing of good personal and environmental hygiene.
He said similar donations would be extended to other communities in the coming weeks.
About Lovemak Ventures Lovemak Ventures is a key distributor of consumable products in the Volta and Oti regions. and trading in home and personal care as well as food products from notable manufacturers such as Unilever Ghana, Fan Milk Ltd, Fareast Mercantile, Sunda International, among others.
Togbe Kodzo Doh, Chief of Sokode-Lokoe who received the items, thanked the management and staff of Lovemak Ventures for the gesture and pledged to put them to intended use.
The Assembly Member for the area, Mr. Dickson Macbillions Bansah through whose instrumentality the support came, expressed gratitude to the company for responding swiftly to their request and said it would help to contain the spread of disease in the area.
He added that, facilities would be positioned at vantage locations within the community for the use of all.
Also present at the presentation ceremony were members of the Sokode-Lokoe development committee.