The Ashanti Regional Coordinating Committee (RCC) of the Church of Pentecost donated essential hospital supplies to Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi to complement government’s efforts in curtailing the spread of the novel COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana. The gift package included GHS23,000 worth of :

    • 45 Veronica buckets
    • 45 small buckets
    • 50 gallons of hand sanitizers
    • 20 boxes of carbolic soap and
    • 50 packs of tissue paper

Various branches of the Church of Pentecost in Kumasi, under their respective areas Heads, mobilized resources to procure the donated supplies. The Ashanti RCC Chairman Prophet James Osei Amaniampong expects the the gift package to help the help KATH fight the spread of the COVID-19, improve the quality of care to patients and protect the safety of health professionals.

CEO of KATH Dr Oheneba Owusu-Danso commended The Church of Pentecost for the kind donation which, he described as very timely. Dr. Owusu-Danso said the supplies would help complement safety measures KATH had put in place to protect its staff and patients.

CEO Owusu-Danso explained that the outbreak of COVID-19 has had a toll on the hospital’s resources. He noted that 3,000 bottles of hand sanitizers and liquid soaps are consumed on a weekly basis at the hospital.

Dr. Owusu-Danso appealed to the public to continue to observe regular hand washing, use nose masks, hand sanitizers and maintain social distancing as much as possible. He further requested the church to continue to pray for the nation to stem the spread of the disease.

Witnesses at the presentation event included Apostles Abraham Lincoln Angoh (Bompata Area Head), Michael Asiedu (Suame Area Head), Samuel Antwi (New Tafo Area Head), Emmanuel Kwasi Osei Ofosu (Abuakwa Area Head) and John Tawiah (Kwadaso Area Head).

Credits: Church of Pentecost | Pastor Franklin Kumi Lartey.