The Wind Farm developers (Upwind Ayitepa) in Ningo-Prampram District has donated COVID-19 relief items to the District Assembly for redistribution to the health facilities and the vulnerable in the District. The items consisted of One Thousand Nine Hundred And Thirty (1930) pieces of nose mask and One Thousand One Hundred And Twenty-Eight (1128) bottles of 200ml hand sanitizers.The rationale for the gesture is to assist the people of the district, especially the vulnerable to protect themselves against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The District Chief Executive Hon. Jonathan Teye-Doku who took custody of the items expressed his gratitude over this kind gesture to the District. He assured the benefactors,The items would be used as intended to ensure the safety of the people in the District. Hon. Doku was impressed with the concern shown in the vulnerable and health services, though the company’s core mandate is in energy generation.

The DCE, handed over the items to the District Health Director Ms. Gifty Ofori Ansah to ensure the health facilities and the social welfare department receive the items on behalf of the vulnerable.According to the liaison officers, aside this donation, they are embarking on house to house education and distribution of nose mask and sanitizers. The companies behind the wind farm- Enercon GmbH, Lekela Power B.V. and NEK Umwelttechnik AG, are all committed to the fight of overcoming this pandemic.

The Wind Farm is expected to successfully, augment Ghana’s electrical capacity with 400MW of clean, renewable, affordable and sustainable energy.ISDNingo-Prampram …June 12, 2020

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