Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC), through its Happy FM and e.TV Ghana subsidiaries, donated sanitizers to Pantang Mental Hospital and the Accra Psychiatric Hospital. In comments made at a giving event at Pantang, CEO of Global Media Alliance Group Mr. Ernest Boateng explained that the increasing cases of COVID-19 prompted the Global Media to join the fight to stem the spread of the virus. Mr. Boateng said mental health patients are more susceptible to COVID-19 infection because of their mental states and their limitations in independent self-care. He noted that the donated sanitizers would assist them in during this critical time.

At a second giving event at Accra Psychiatric Hospital, Programs Manager of e.TV Ghana Ms. Nosisa Doe described the gift of sanitizers as as demonstrative of the station’s commitment to support the hospital in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Doe said the team at e.TV believed every person in society needed love and support and that the team at e.TV reached out to do exactly that for patients at Accra Psychiatric Hospital.  The statement from e.TV expressed appreciation for workers hospital staff who were at the forefront of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

Ward Manager of Pantang Hospital Mr. Alberta Twumasi received the gift package from Happy FM and thanked the station for the assistance and for restoring hope. Mr. Twumasi noted that Happy FM proved to the team at the hospital, they both institutions were indeed a family. beyond reasonable doubt, that we are indeed one family.

Principal Nursing Officer of Accra Psychiatric Hospital Mr. Samuel Cudjoe Hanu received the gift package from e.TV Ghana and thanked the station of its kind and thoughtful assistance. Mr. Hanu encouraged other benevolent individuals and organizations to come to the help of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital. He explained that the Accra Psychiatric Hospital existed to provide support to mental health patients, but that the hospital could not fulfill this mission alone.

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