National Power Queens Club of Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) commemorated their 30th anniversary with a blood donation drive at West Africa Senior High School to raise 200 units of blood to support the National Blood Bank at Korle Bu.

The blood drive was held in the jurisdiction of the Accra East Region of ECG and there were plans to replicate the drive in other operational regions of the ECG. In all, the Power Queens hope to raise 2,000 units of blood to support health facilities across Ghana.

Volunteer blood donors who participated included students, teachers, staff of ECG and members of the public.

National President of the club Mrs. Rosemond Asamoa-Frimpong explained that the blood donation was part of the ECGs corporate philanthropy.

Mrs. Asamoa-Frimpong noted that the Power Queens Club and by extension the ECG had a cardinal commitment to help save lives and ensure a healthy society.

President of the Accra East Region of the club, Queen Ida Boahene was delighted at the impressive turn-out and success of the exercise and thanked the blood bank and management of WASS for their cooperation and support.

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