Former President Mahama is known for being kind and caring when it comes to human welfare of the average Ghanaian. This time, his caring and kind attitude has been felt deeply by the people of Ketu South.
H.E. John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday, August 4th, 2021 embarked on tour to communities which were greatly affected by the perennial tidal waves in the ketu south municipality and donated some relief items to the victims of the devastation.
It has been a serial problem facing residents of Ketu South from time immemorial. But the canker has only attracted limited attention especially from charity organizations and the government.
So in an attempt to give a sigh of relief to the affected victims, the former President, accompanied by Some Volta NDC MPs, regional and constituency executives of the party did not hesitate a step in addressing that challenge.
On behalf of the Volta NDC MPs caucus in parliament, and the party, he donated 1000 bags of cement, 20 packets of aluminium roofing sheets, 200 bags of 25kg rice and 200 bags of sachet water. They believe this will help in a way of wiping tears while bringing smiles to devastated residents.
The beneficiaries from the following communities; Agavedzi, Salakope, Adina, Blekusu and Amutsinu were given these relief items to fix the loss they had during the disaster.
Meanwhile, nothing is nothing from the side national Disaster Management Organization(NADMO) on this matter as at the time the former president extended this helping hand.
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