Chefs across major cities in Ghana are embarking on a humanitarian cooking mission aimed at saving lives as the country battles with coronavirus.
Serving their nation through the Chefs Association of Ghana, the volunteers are cooking for coronavirus patients, medical officers and the vulnerable in the Ghanaian society.
The cooking project comes as some major cities namely Accra, Tema and Kumasi, have been partially locked down for two weeks in a bid to halt the spread of the Covid-19.
Four large kitchen points have been set up by the chefs numbering about 120.
African Entertainment news team in the national capital, Accra, were informed by the Corporate Affairs Department of the Ghana Tourism Authority that donations have been made by the country’s Tourism Ministry and other bodies towards the humanitarian cooking project.
Ghana has recorded a total of 152 confirmed cases of Covid-19, with deaths so far.