Botweburg, an association of Ghanaian professionals, donated 4,000 disposable nose masks and 240 bottles of hand sanitizers to Nii Sowa Din Memorial Cluster of Schools in Ashaley Botwe as part of efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 in schools.

Over the past month, Botweburg had been reaching out on COVID-19 Education Campaign on social media. With the association’s outreach to the Cluster of Schools, the members of Botweburg were putting their words into action.

At a giving event held on the campus of the Cluster of Schools, President of Botweburg Mr. Francis Doku remarked that, being members of the community, the association’s members reachied out to support the fight against the pandemic.

“We decided to make this presentation to the Nii Sowa Din Memorial Cluster of Schools to ensure the safety of the staff and pupils here… Even though we did not bring a truck load of items, it is a gesture of our support and willingness to give back to the community,” Mr. Doku said

Headmistress of Nii Sowa Din Memorial Cluster of Schools Mrs. Dorice Adu-Gyamfi received the package of PPE and supplies and thanked members of Botweburg for their thoughtfulness. Mrs. Adu-Gyamfi asked for continuous support from well-meaning Ghanaians to augment national efforts at fighting the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

The Botweburg delegation that were part of this donation visit included Giovani of 3FM and TV3, Lexis Bill of Joy FM, poet and playwright Chief Moomen, and Kwame Gyan of the National Communications Authority. Botweburg is a social club of some professionals who live within the environs of Madina, Ashaley-Botwe, Adenta and Nmai Djorn.