Interplast, West Africa’s main producer of plastic pipe programs has donated ¢1,200,000 to the Covid-19 Countrywide Rely on Fund to guidance efforts of the condition aimed at combating the unfold of the novel Coronavirus, Covid-19, in Ghana.
At a transient ceremony at the Jubilee Home to present their cheque, the Managing Director of Interplast, Hayssam Fakhry, noticed that their institution is quite involved about the swift unfold of Covid-19 all over the planet.
He mentioned that is why they have decided to carry their contribution right away in purchase to augment government’s attempts intended to arrest the unfold of the virus in Ghana.
Main of Employees at the Business office of the President, Akosua Frema Osei Opare, received the cheque on behalf of governing administration and the Believe in Fund.
She pointed out that government and the people today of Ghana are grateful to Interplast for their wealthy contributions toward the fund and government’s Coronavirus Alleviation Programme.
She further indicated that the secretariat of the Covid-19 Have faith in Fund will be absolutely operational from Monday the 6th of April 2020 and their accounts and locational tackle would be marketed so that all donors can channel their contributions to them appropriately.
At the identical ceremony, Justmoh Development Limited, a wholly Ghanaian-owned construction company, by means of its Chief Government Officer, Justice Amoh, introduced a cheque of ¢500,000 as their contribution to the Covid-19 Have faith in Fund.
Justice Amoh ahead of presenting the cheque recommended the President and his authorities for the bold conclusions taken so significantly to protect against the Covid-19 pandemic for gaining grounds in Ghana.
He urged the condition to use their donation to support the do the job of 1st responders and frontline personnel in the nation’s fight towards Covid-19.