Management of the Criminal offense Verify Basis (CCF), a criminal offense avoidance advocacy organisation, has offered 100 luggage of rice and 30 baggage of sugar to some women in Lamashegu and Zogbli in the Tamale North Constituency of the Northern Region.
This is to simplicity the money load on the girls and their family members through this Covid-19 pandemic.
Mr Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the CCF Executive Director, instructed the GNA immediately after the donation that Administration determined to reply to phone calls for guidance from the two communities and “we ended up stunned to see the amount of persons who desperately want help”.
The consequences of Covid-19 and the Ramadan fast was making lifestyle unbearable for people of those people communities, he explained.
He expressed gratitude to the Foundation’s donors and partners for their support in supplying for the much less-privileged in society.
Mr Kwarteng stated Administration would prolong its activities to the northern part of the region to support the vulnerable and termed on non-governmental organisations to continue on to enhance government’s efforts to offer for the citizenry.
He utilised the option to teach residents on the Covid-19 pandemic and urged them to observe the protection actions.
He promised to supply the ladies with deal with masks and sanitizers.
Madam Juliana Bawa, a consultant of the Tamale North MP, Alhassan Suhuyini, expressed gratitude to the CCF for the gesture.