Promasidor Ghana (PGH) has donated a total of ¢120,000 worth of products and souvenirs to victims of the November 7th tidal waves which ravaged communities in Keta and Ketu South municipalities and the Anloga district.
The donation is a relief package from PGH to support an estimated 4,000 indigenes who were displaced by the tidal waves.
Presenting the items on behalf of the PGH, National Event, and PR Executive, Mr. Gideon Kodo explained that, the donation is part of the effort by the PGH to help in the upkeep of the affected community members.
He also called on all relevant stakeholders to join in finding a lasting solution to the perennial issue of tidal waves which has been affecting coastal areas across the country.
Municipal Chief Executive for Keta Municipality, Emmanuel Gemegah, who spoke on behalf of the 3 districts expressed his gratitude for the kind gesture from PGH.
He further expressed commitment to work with all local authorities in ensuring that the items gets to the affected persons and communities.
Mr. Gamegah also asked for more support for those living along the lagoon at Seva because their road has been cut off due to the rising of the lagoon.
Other dignitaries in attendance were Chief Executive of the Ketu South Municipality, Lugudor Togbe Yador I of Keta Abutiakope, Dumega Kodzo Baba, and Assembly Members to name a few.
Items donated include Cowbell milk and flavors, Onga seasoning, Yumvita infant cereal, Miksi dairy blend, kitchen utensils and stationery.
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