Retired officers and men of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) serving with the United Nations (UN) donated COVID-19-related equipment and PPE worth US $15,000 (GH¢80,000) to 37 Military Hospital in Accra. The donated package included:

    • 2,571 pieces of head covers
    • 2,000 pieces of aprons
    • 1,000 pieces of N95 Face Masks
    • 12,350 pieces of Shoe Covers and
    • 30 pieces of Infra-Red Thermometers

Leader of group Col. Franklin Vowotor (Rtd) said the gift package would support the hospital fight against the spread of Coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. Commander of 37 Military Hospital Hospital Brig. Gen. Nii Adjah Obodai received the package and thanked the retired Armed Forces personnel for their thoughtful and generous support.

Brig. Gen. Obodai appealed to individuals and corporate bodies to emulate the example of the retired officers and men of GAF.

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