A group of Ghanaian gospel musicians led by Rev. Yawson have made contributions to the COVID-19 Isolation centre in Ga East.
The union donated hand sanitizers, liquid soaps, gloves, tissues and other PPE items to the Isolation centre.
Rev Yawson, who led the group to make the donation mentioned the need for them to support the fight against the novel pandemic Coronavirus.
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He divulged that the musicians in the country are also affected hugely by the outbreak of the deadly pandemic as they cannot organize any event and other projects have been badly hit.
The donation was made in the name of the Musicians Union of Ghana, Christian Music Association, Women in Gospel, Men in Gospel and some Ghanaian gospel musicians outside the country who supported the project.
A rep of the Ga East Isolation Centre who received the items on behalf of the management thanked the musicians for the kind gesture.
He affirmed the items will be useful at the time that they are trying hard to curb the Coronavirus and also called on others to emulate this gesture and help other Isolation Centres as well.
He was hopeful life will be back to normal at the right by the Grace of God and adherence of safety protocols outlined.
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