Joy FM’s Super Morning Show has received several donations to support students in public schools in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

Several cherished listeners and viewers of the 2018 Radio Morning Show of the Year trooped into the premises of The Multimedia Group to present Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and sanitizers as part of their contributions to a call by the show’s hosts to support some institutions in Accra.

Directors of Alpine Essentials, Gertrude Baah Gyamfi and Percy Antwi Adjei, producers of Alpine Hand Gel Sanitizers donated 30 boxes of sanitisers (900 sanitisers) to the Super Morning Show team on Friday, January 29, 2021.

They stated that upon hearing reports about several public schools in the country lacking the necessary safety products to fight the virus, they found it necessary to contribute their quota.

According to them, it is a privilege to join hands with the SMS team to help protect and preserve the lives of young pupils who are in school.

Another discerning listener, Elsie Ayim also donated 3 boxes of sanitisers.

The donations were received by Animwaa Anim-Addo and Winston Amoah on behalf of the Super Morning Show team.

Meanwhile, the SMS team is still receiving donations from the general public and corporate Ghana to support public schools that lack PPEs during this era of Covid-19.

Donations can be made at the front desk of Joy FM, Kokomlemle.

The Super Morning Show is live every weekday at 5:45 am.