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The Seventh Day Adventist Church (SDA) on Monday April 27, 2020 made a cheque donation of ¢100,000.00 to the Covid-19 National Trust Fund established by President Akufo-Addo to assist the needy and vulnerable persons affected by the deadly scourge of the virus in the country.

The Head of the Adventist Church, Pastor Dr. Thomas Techie Ocran, who did the presentation on behalf of the Church said, they were impressed with the measures put in place so far by the government to curtail the spread of the virus.

He also commended the President for establishing the fund to augment government efforts at assisting the poor and marginalised in society.

The Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Trust Fund, Justice Sophia Akuffo, who received the donation, commended the Church for its kind gesture, and asked others to donate to the Fund for a wealthy course.

Also, was the Resurrection Power New Generation Church, through its Founder and General Overseer, Rev. Dr. Anthony Kwadwo Boakye who gave ¢100,000.00 to the Covid-19 Trust Fund.

Mrs Sophia Akuffo, Chairperson, National Covid-19 Trust Fund receiving a cheque for ¢100,000 from Rev. Dr Anthony Kwadwo Boakye (2nd left), Founder and General Overseer, Resurrection Power New Generation Church.

Customs Brokers Association – Ghana (CUBAG) also made a cheque donation of ¢10,000.00.

Engineering, Construction and Development Company Limited (EDC) also presented a cheque of ¢100,000.00.

Mrs Sophia Akuffo, Chairperson, National Covid-19 Trust Fund receiving a cheque for ¢100,000 from Ms Elizabeth Ayim (left), an Officer Engineering, Construction and Development Company Limited.

Saham Group (Sanlan Foundation of South), a Life and General Insurance Company, at the same ceremony made presented a cheque of ¢100,000.00.

Finally, Ghana National Association of Small Scale Miners led by its National President, Evangelist Collins Osei Kusi, gave a cheque of ¢50,000.00 to the Covid-19 Trust Fund.

Accompanied by a member of the Board of Trustees, the former Chief Justice who received the donations on behalf of the Trust fund expressed the President’s appreciation for their kind gesture, and assured that the monies will be put to good use.

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