Osafric has donated items including hand sanitisers, liquid soaps and Veronica buckets to the Atiwa West District in the Eastern Region.

The donation forms part of the freight forwarding, mining and construction company’s social responsibility efforts to help the District deal with the spread of the novel coronavirus.

The items were received by the Isaac Asamoah, District Chief Executive of Atiwa West District.  

According to Osafric, it was critical to support the country to deal with the spread and prevention of the Covid-19 since the world battles the pandemic. 

Oscar Adu Sarfo, founder of Osafric Ventures and Osafric Mining and Construction, underscored the need to put checks in place for people to always stick to the handwashing rules. 

Osafric is a registered company in Ghana, a member of FIATA, Customs Brokers Association of Ghana (CUBAG) as well as Customs House Agent with Ghana Ports and Harbor Operating licenses. 

The company established in 2013 currently deals in clearing and forwarding, warehousing, import and export, consolidation, haulage, and general merchant. 

Mr Adu Sarfo said it formed part of the company’s CSR by helping in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus. 

“Osafric is also asking other individuals, companies, and organisations to also to support the fight against the Covid-19,” he appealed.