Bawumia donates GH¢500 each to Kayaye at Ejisu

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The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has given 500 cedis to each of the stranded Kayaye (head doormen) who were halted at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region on their way toward the Northern Region.

The head doormen, numbering around 76, had endeavored to escape from Accra back to the places where they grew up in the wake of the President’s organization for an incomplete lockdown in the Capital City and different pieces of the nation, yet their excursion back home was ineffective as it fell inside the lockdown time on Monday.

Their endeavored mass hybrid toward the north was viewed as a risk to stop the spread of the infection in the nation, and they were accordingly halted from continuing by security authorities, who returned them to Accra.

In spite of the transitory arrangement of haven for them by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, many have raised worries over the situation of the Kayayes under the present condition, as business exercises in the core of Accra have stopped.

It is in light of this that the Vice President has given GH¢500 to every one of them to improve their situation during the time of the in complete lockdown.

The gift was made for the benefit of the Vice President by the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama. She was joined by Dr. Sagare Bambangi, MP for Walewale and Mustafa Ussif, CEO of the National Service Secretariat.

Hajia Alima Mahama likewise uncovered that President Akufo-Addo has coordinated that administration help all Kayaye head doormen by giving every one of them GH¢ 10 every day to purchase nourishment all through the lockdown time frame.

In the meantime, the Vice President has likewise encouraged all Ghanaians to keep on watching the preventive proportions of customary washing of hands with cleanser under running water, while they watch the halfway lockdown at their individual homes.

“While we stay at home to prevent the spread, let us continue to adhere strictly to all the preventive measures to avoid the spread of the virus,” he urged.

“Let us continue to wash our hands regularly with soap under running water, as well as constantly use alcohol-based hand sanitizers to sanitize our hands. We shall overcome, Inshaa Allah.”

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