The Tamale Chapter of the Complex University Instructors Affiliation of Ghana (TUTAG) has donated goods worth ¢20,000 to the university’s clinic, the Prisons Service and the Sagnarigu Palace all in Tamale as element of initiatives in direction of the fight towards COVID-19.
The items bundled mechanized handwashing devices built by experts from the university, nose masks, liquid soaps, hand gloves among many others.
Presenting the products to the clinic, the Dean at the School of Enterprise, Alhaji Abdullah M. Inusah claimed they ended up to assistance the facility’s team observe the precautionary measures laid down to avert the spread of the coronavirus.
“The mechanical engineering office has arrive out with this individual machines, the manner department also came out with the confront masks we are all donning, the catering section has also occur out with the soap that we are making use of. This donation was a collaborative energy from all the departments” Alhaji Abdullah M. Inusah mentioned.
Getting the merchandise on behalf of the medical center, the Director for Healthcare Solutions, Dr Abdul Malik Bawah reported the items are necessary and will empower wellbeing personnel and sufferers to notice all the cleanliness protocols being propagated in the fight from COVID-19.
Dr Malik congratulated the engineering section for the invention of the mechanised hand washing equipment that allows one to wash and sanitise the arms without having touching or coming into speak to with the equipment.
A member of the technological team, Engineer Tarlutu Ibrahim stated the concept of a mechanised handwashing device come up through a dialogue on what the university and the section can do to support in the fight towards the virus.
He mentioned the college is also thinking of inventing much more for federal government and other fascinated institutions.
“We began the building with the group and in just 9 days we were ready to assemble a few of them since it is our to start with time. I know quite well that if we are to construct about 20 or 30 in two months we can do that” he said.