The country director of Apotica , Mr.Felix Nkansa   has called on the public to  observe the covid protocol regulation .

He made this appeal in a meeting   to support disadvantaged girls at the company’s head office at Airport West in Accra. 

‘’We shouldn’t underrate the threat of Covid-19, it’s real. let’s sanitize’ he cautioned, before receiving the  COVID-19 awareness  artwork in gratitude for the company’s support for  this year’s Christmas welfare  programs  at the  Kumasi-Kejetia Kayayei facility for disadvantaged  girls and Kejetia market women . 

The country director for the Bridgewater Project, Mr Yahaya Alhassan thanked Apotica   for fulfilling its corporate responsibility.   

According to him, for no fault of theirs, they are unfortunately on the street, that’s why it’s imperative for the public to extend support for what he described as ‘hardworking girls and women ’.

Mr. Alhassan, announced the next free breast care event scheduled between 23rd to 30th December,  2021 to the public, at the Kejetia Center.

 Then event   would see the medical team of Peace and Love Hospital sensitizing the public  against covid-19,  and providing diagnosis, treatment, counselling, education and rehabilitation for market traders and kayayei within the Kumasi metropolis under the leadership of Dr.Beatrice Wiafe Addai.

 He  re-echoed Dr Wiafe’s concern about the current silence of civil society and policy makers on the rampaging effects of breast cancer on the poor and vulnerable in society.

The organization   Provides Future And Welfare To Head Potters Popularly Known As Kayayei   Found All Over In Our Big Cities Through Education, Protection, Advocacy, Research Etc.

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