The Presbyterian Church of Ghana has commended health workers in the country for all the efforts and sacrifice they had made to help contain the spread of the coronavirus to save the lives of people.
Reverend (Dr) Kofi Amfo-Akonnor, Rev Minister in-charge of the Koforidua District of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, made the statement at the presentation of items from various branches of the church in the New Juaben North and South Municipality to the Koforidua Regional Hospital to support the efforts of staff of the hospital in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
He said government is doing a lot to help contain the spread of the coronavirus its efforts alone would not be enough hence the decision of the church to complement the efforts of government with the donation.
Rev Amfo-Akonnor said with the easing of church activities, the church would reorganize and mobilize more resources to support the hospital.
He said the current donation was a joint contribution of the Adweso, Koforidua, Nsukwao and Effiduase districts of the church all in the New Juaben North and South Municipality in the Eastern Region.
The items donated include gallons of liquid soap, boxes of tissue papers, packs of toilet rolls and a truck load of packs of sachet water and cartons of bottled water produced by the Presbyterian Church.
The items were received on behalf of the hospital by Mrs Philomina Mreku, a Senior Nursing Officer, who thanked the church for the donation and assured that the items would be given to the patients of the hospital to help in their recovery.