FBNBank Ghana Ltd, a subsidiary of Initially Bank of Nigeria, and the FirstBank Team have extended a hand of guidance in the battle in opposition to the spread of COVID-19.
The assist, which involves presentation of Personalized Protecting Devices (PPEs) and income donation sorts component of FBNBank Ghana’s above GH¢500,000 contribution that was designed to several institutions together with the 37 Army Clinic, Accra the Awutu Senya East Municipal (ASEM) Overall health Directorate, Kasoa and also via the Ghana Association of Bankers.
Making the presentation at the 37 Navy Medical center, the Managing Director of FBNBank Ghana, Victor Yaw Asante reiterated the bank’s motivation to advertise the well being and wellbeing of Ghanaians.
He stated the financial institution uncovered it important to aid each energy to end the distribute of Covid-19 in Ghana and the environment.
Mr Asante emphasised the require for all to carry on to notice the needed preventive protocols which include things like donning of confront masks, common washing of fingers with cleaning soap, use of hand sanitizers and maintaining social distancing to assistance comprise the unfold of the virus.
The FBNBank Ghana MD lauded the relentless perseverance shown by health and fitness professionals in dealing with Covid-19 and urged Ghanaians to steer clear of stigmatising individuals that had been afflicted by the illness to avoid persons trying to keep infections to on their own.
Considering the fact that the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the FirstBank Group has invested over $2,000,000 in interventions to support the well being sector, specifically relating to tests, isolation, cure and the provision of Intensive Care Device (ICU) amenities in Nigeria and nations in which FirstBank of Nigeria Restricted subsidiaries give banking companies.
Receiving the products, Brigadier General Dr Nii Adjah Obodai, Commanding Officer of the 37 Navy Medical center expressed appreciation to the FBNBank Ghana Handling Director and wished the lender effectively.