As part of efforts to augment the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and its attendant effects, Oakwood Green Africa has donated relief items to needy residents within selected slum communities in Accra in the wake of the partial lockdown initiated by the government of Ghana.
The donation exercise was done in collaboration with the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and the Klottey Korley Municipal Authority. Some of the communities thatbenefited from the donation include Osu Kinka We, Akoto Lante, Bukom, Chorkor, Mudor, Korle Gonnor, Mamprobi, and Avenor. The relief items included basic essential items like rice, gari, oil, milo, milk, canned beef, canned tomatoes, toilet rolls, hand sanitizers, soap and bread.
Receiving the items on behalf of the targeted communities prior to the distribution, Mr. Samuel James Nii Adjei Tawia, MCE for Klottey Korley expressed his gratitude to Oakwood Green Capital for the kind gesture, and was optimistic the items would go a long way to support the needy within the catchment areas before, during and after the lockdown. He said: “the people of Klotey Korley are touched by your kind gesture, and we trust that this pioneering role by your company would be replicated by other organization’s to help support our work for the poor.” Officials of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly as well as Hon. Naana Manyeyo Adiki Adi I, Queenmother of Adibiawe in Ada were also present for the donation exercise.