Some Ahmadis at the 2020 annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Ghana at Gomoa Pomadze, in the Central Region have donated more than two thousand units of blood to the National Blood Bank.
The exercise is in response to a plea for blood by the National Blood Service. It is in collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Service and six partnered Regional and Teaching hospitals across the country.
Chairman of the Blood Drive Committee, Dr Fareeda Wilson, explained that the blood donation is in fulfillment of Islamic teachings on love and sacrifice to mankind.
She said the Ahmadiyya blood drive initiative would continue unabated to address critical situations and most importantly save lives.