MTN Ghana Foundation has provided GHS300,000 worth of relief items to flood victims in the Keta District of the Volta region.
The items donated include 200 bags of rice (25kg each), 85 gallons of cooking oil, 85 boxes of tomato paste, 60 boxes of canned mackerel, 50 boxes of washing powder, 100 mattresses, 50 blankets, and 80 buckets.
These relief items were presented to residents of various affected communities in the Keta district, such as Anyako-Konu, Galensuta, and Blekusu.
George Frimpong, the Education Portfolio Advisor of MTN Ghana Foundation, emphasised that this donation was intended to alleviate the burden on affected communities and provide support during these challenging times.
“This donation is coming to ease the burden on some of the affected communities and to encourage them in these challenging times”, Frimpong said as he appealed for additional assistance for communities affected in the Eastern and Volta regions.
Togbe Dukli Attipoe, who received the items on behalf of the communities at Anyako-Konu, expressed gratitude to MTN Ghana for their timely support, highlighting the company’s commitment to making a positive impact in the communities where it operates.
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL GH