The C.E.O. and founder of HOPE FOR THE STREET & YOUTHS FOUNDATION ‘Junior Muntari’ known in real life as Hassan Yahaya Mohammed has distributed items to vulnerable and needy community in Accra.
As part of COVID-19 RELIEF PROJECT, HOPE FOR THE STREET & YOUTHS FOUNDATION team hit the street of Sabon Zongo to distribute food items to the vulnerable and street community to alleviate hungry homeless community amidst the COVID-19 restriction. The homeless community most are beggers, kayayei and whatever have redeemed penniless due to the restriction of movement with the two weeks the President Nana Akuffo Addo indicated.
On 30th March, the organization embarked on its first COVID-19 RELIEF PROJECT where the team distributed 70 bags of rice, oil and tin tomatoes to the old but needy woman in the Nima area.
The C.E.O. who is social media influencer has use his handle to champion education on prevention of the deadly virus.
Ghana has confirmed 73 new cases of the novel Coronavirus, bringing the total count to 287.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) in a statement said with the institution of the enhanced contact tracing and testing measures, Ghana has recorded an increase in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
“As of 6 April 2020, 23:30 hr, a total of 287 cases of COVID-19 with five deaths have been recorded.
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