The National Association of Beauticians and Hairdressers (NABH) donated a package of sanitary supplies to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra. The package worth GHC10,000.00 included:

  • 100 gallons of liquid soap
  • 100 gallons of floor cleaners
  • 20 gallons of sanitizers
  • 20 packages of paper towels and
  • 20 containers of disinfectants

Ms. Ruth Tonyigah, an executive of NABH, remarked that even though all the association’s members were locked down at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was still important for members that they support government in fighting the pandemic. Ms. Tonyigah thanked President Akufo-Addo for providing a three-month water bill relief for communities in lockdown zones. She said this temporary relief would help ease the pressure on people facing the hardships of being stuck at home.

CEO of Korle-bu Teaching Hospital Dr. Daniel Asare received the package of sanitary supplies and thanked the association and its members for their kindness. Dr. Asare entreated members of NABH to stay at home and cautioned against the risk of infection if members defied government directives and went ahead to work at home.

The National Association of Beauticians and Hairdressers (NABH) was established over 15 years ago with branches all over Ghana. The Association brings hair and beauty care professionals under one umbrella and to standardize the practice in conformity with the international standards in the use of hazardoous chemicals.

Credits: Africa News Network | Ebenezer Kofi Amponsah