Suhum MP trains volunteers to help sensitise constituents against COVID-19
COVID-19 support project launched by MP for Suhum
As part of the launched “Suhum MP COVID 19 Support Project”, a group of over one hundred volunteers, who are mainly youth were trained by Suhum health Directorate to engineer the sensitization of the project among the constituents.
For the past weeks, the education for this volunteer group has been of importance to the municipality.
The volunteers have since 14th April 2020 touched over 100 communities and places within the enclave of the Municipality which includes: Kings palace, Obeng down, Kibi lorry station, Adarkwa lorry station, Akorabo lorry station, Nankese lorry station, Suhum main market, Suhum Amponsah market, Nankese market, Akorabo market, Ghanta, Delako, Urban Council, Nartey Anoma, Oforikrom, Akorabo Zongo, Esikafoabantem, Dr Mabel, Krobom, Kromameng, Volta house, Roman Junction, Ayisikrom, Ayisaa, Old Chocho, Maame Dorya, Oboutumpan, Okada stations, Amede, Sawa, Akote, Trotor, Brong Densuso, Manyhem, Aboryor, Suhum New life, Roundabout, Konfan, Akorabo Newtown, Agyeikrom, Akorabo Quarters, Densuso, Obretema, Omenako, Niifio, Tei Mensah,Addo Nkwanta etc.
Places like mechanic shops, saloons, sewing shops, stores, food vendors, homes and many other essential units within the communities was not left out.
The sensitization is aimed at giving enough information on the COVID 19 pandemic to the constituents and teach them how to observe the precautionary measures laid out by the President of the Republic, Nana Akuffo Addo.
According to the NPP Communications Director for Suhum Constituency, Mr. Augustine Odei, he took his time to keep an eye on their education, and observed that the constituents were happy seeing such a swift response team by the MP, Hon Frederick Opare-Ansah for schooling them on the novel disease and what the President is doing in curbing and abating the spread of the disease.
They were also grateful for the provision of Poly Tanks, Alcohol-based hand Sanitizers, Washing Soaps, Rubbing Alcohol, Veronica buckets etc. And even asked for more and entreated the MP not to concede his livelihood support for the communities under his county.
“I also have an engagement with some of the volunteers, they articulated their profound appreciation to the MP, Hon Frederick Opare-Ansah for involving them in his project and pledged to do their viable best to sustain the project in reaching it ultimate goal. They also urged the general public not to gag with the corona virus since it doesn’t have any political tint, we must as Ghanaian come together and fight till we win”, the communication Director concluded.