Thursday, July 2, 2020

Tertiary Ghana

MP For Ho West Made Donations To Ho Nurses Training College

The Office of the MP for Ho west, Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah made some donations to Ho Nurses Training College after a request was made by the College.

The items include Veronica Buckets with their stands, Bowls, Dustin’s, Tissue papers and Liquid soaps. These items were handed to the Principal of the College, Mrs. Annie Adeodata F. Appoh by three members of National Democratic Party (NDC) who were there to make the donation.

We commend the Office of the MP ( Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah ) for their commitment to the protocols instituted by the government to stem the spread of the Virus.
We Pray and seek the Grace of God to heal us of the afflictions of the virus.

Special thanks going to Evelyn Gaglozu, The Regional Treasurer for NDC, Adom Worlasi, the Personal Assistance to the MP and Moses Adzei, the campaign leader for the MP who were present to make the donations on behalf of Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah.

We are also urging all Final year students of the College to endeavor to adhere strictly to the social distancing and hygiene protocols so that we can combat these crises together.

ADOM REDEEMER
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HO-NTC TEIN President

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