Ghanaian gospel artiste, Jayana has donated some pieces of locally manufactured face masks to women at Dome market to combat COVID-19.
The gesture was part of the artiste’s annual Mothers’ Day project to honour the contributions of mothers and acknowledge their efforts.
According to Jayana, mothers are relentless in their efforts to combine work with caregiving and ensuring safety at home in this Covid-19 era.
Sharing the face masks to the market women, the ‘Victory’ hitmaker educated them to wash their hands often with soap and under running water.
Jayana also urged them to put distance between themselves and other people at the market place, wear their face masks and also observe all other approved precautionary measures to protect themselves against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“As we all know that mothers’ day is an occasion celebrated to express respect, honour, and love towards our dear mothers. Our mothers’ at the various market places go through a lot even as a way of saying thank you to all mothers for their care and love, I gave out some face masks to mothers at the Dome market to protect them from the coronavirus pandemic.
“We [Jayana Music team] also educated them to frequently wash their hands, keep our homes and environment clean, wear their face masks, sanitize their hands often and observe social distancing,” Jayana added.
The donation was also made possible by the kind support of JoeNick Fashion Design, located at Dome Pillar 2 in Accra.
Ghana’s Covid-19 case count hits 4,263 with 22 deaths and 378 recoveries.
President Akufo-Addo on April 19, lifted restrictions imposed on the movement of persons on Greater Accra and Greater Kumasi and surrounding towns as part of efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus.
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