CEO of Engineers & Planners Ltd Ibrahim Mahama on Tuesday donated ultra-modern handwashing machines some institutions within greater Accra and beyond.
The University of Ghana (UG), Legon, Islamic University College, Ghana, University of Ghana Medical School- Korle Bu and other institutions have so far benefited from the gesture.
The move forms part of measures in combating the spread of Covid-19 in the country. In all Mr Ibrahim Mahama is expected to donate 500 pieces of these machines to other institutions.
So far, 380 pieces of this ultra-modern hand washing machines has been donated to various institutions in the country.
According to aide to CEO, Rafik Mahama, who presented the items indicated the gesture will be replicated in all the major tertiary institutions, including churches and mosques that are yet to benefit from the gesture.
He said Engineers and Planners sees the need to protect lives especially as the country continues to fight the deadly virus.
“We are not looking at how much is involved but the impact it will make in the public space. We have been doing these donations since Covid-19 started and we are doing this for the universities and the institutions in order to aid them comply with the safety protocols,” he stressed.
Master of Legon Hall and Convenor for Heads of Halls, Dr Wiafe Akenteng who received the items on behalf of the University of Ghana expressed his gratitude to Engineers and Planners.
“Its a very good gestures and you know we are Covid-19 and anything that will help prevent it is most welcome.
Each of the halls and other administrative departments will have one and this is very useful.
Very soon students will return to campus and that in itself is a lot of money to spend,” He said.
The Registrar of Islamic University College, Mr Awudu Moro thanked Mr Ibrahim Mahama for supporting the school in their quest in enforcing the COVID-19 safety protocols.
Praying for the CEO and the company, the registrar asked for God’s continuous blessing, guidance and protection in all his business operations.
The business magnate has made series of donations since the pandemic started in March.
He has donated food items, personal protective equipment (PPE’s), a brand new ultra-modern Drager Fabius plus anaestetic machines used for COVID theatre to University of Ghana Medical Centre and undisclosed amounts of cash to various communities and groups across the country.
This is to cushion the vulnerable in society and also to help various institutions to comply with the COVID-19 safety protocols at this difficult time.
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