By Squadron Leader R Omane-Agyei
Directorate of Public Relations, GHQ

Retired Officers and Men of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) serving with the United Nations (UN), have donated assorted medical items worth USD 15,000 (about GHS 80,000) to the 37 Military Hospital.

The items donated in Accra on Wednesday 15 April 2020, included 2,571 pieces of head covers, 2,000 pieces of aprons, 1,000 pieces of N95 face masks, 12,350 pieces of shoe covers and 30 pieces of Infra-red thermometers.

Presenting the items, the leader of the group, Colonel (Col) Franklin Vowotor (Rtd) disclosed that the donation was to support the facility in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, in the country.

The Commander of the hospital – Brigadier General (Brig Gen) Nii Adjah Obodai, received the items and thanked the group for the kind gesture, and further appealed to individuals and corporate bodies, to emulate the retired officers and men of GAF.

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