Gospel Musicians Donate To COVID-19 Isolation Center In Ga East


Some Ghanaian Gospel musicians have donated their widow’s mite to the COVID-19 Isolation center in Ga East.

Items giving away were hand sanitizers, liquid soaps, gloves, tissues and other items aimed at fighting the deadly virus.

Rev Yawson, who led the group to make the donation noted the need for them to support in fighting against the deadly pandemic.

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According to him, musicians in the country have also been hit with the effects of the outbreak as they cannot organize any event and other projects.

With some Ghanaian Gospel musicians supporting, the donation was made in the name of the Musicians Union of Ghana, Christian Music Association, Women in Gospel, Men in Gospel.

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A representative of the Ga East Isolation Centre who received the items on behalf of the management thanked the musicians for the gesture.

Receiving the items he posited that the items will be useful at the time that they are trying hard to curb the Coronavirus.

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He, however, called on others to emulate this gesture and help other Isolation Centres as well.

Meanwhile, he was hopeful life will be back to normal at the right by the Grace of God and adherence of safety protocols outlined.