GCB BANK SUPPORTS MOH WITH 100,000.00 GHANA CEDIS TO FIGHT COVID-19 GCB,
The largest Indigenous Bank in Ghana has donated an amount of GH₵100.000.00 to the Ministry of Health.
This gesture is to help support the government of Ghana in its fight to contain and prevent the spread of the novel Corona Virus Disease in the country.
The Minister for Health, Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu expressed government’s appreciation to the Bank for being a good corporate citizen in such a difficult time in the history of the country.
GCB BANK SUPPORTS MOH WITH 100,000.00 GHANA CEDIS TO FIGHT COVID-19 GCB
He called on other corporate Institutions, groups, philanthropists, individuals and all well-meaning Ghanaians to rise-up to the occasion to support the fight and take all prescribed safety precaution seriously.
The Managing Director of the Bank, Mr. Anselm Ray Sowah stated that, GCB has been following the challenges confronting Ghana in the wake of the pandemic and has been concerned with the confirmed cases.
“And so as the nation, sub-region and the world join fight the virus, it has become imperative for GCB to augment the effort of government to contain the disease, “
he added. Mr. Sowah said, the single motive of donating the amount of GH₵ 100.000.00 to the government is to support its programme and effort to save the lives of people and the country from this life threatening disease.
All Nigerian airports, including Abuja International Airport Nnamdi Azikiwe and Lagos International Airport Murtala Muhammed, will remain closed to all incoming international flights from tomorrow, Monday, except for emergency and critical flights.
This was included in a letter from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) published yesterday to all airline operators.
Meanwhile, 10 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Nigeria have been confirmed by the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH), including three new cases in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), and seven new cases in Lagos State. Which takes Nigeria’s overall number of confirmed cases to 22.