Ghana Fashion Designers Donates 300 Face Masks To Ayawaso East MP

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Ghana Co-orporative Fashion Designers Association based in the Ayawaso East Constituency in the Greater Accra Region has donated over 300 pieces of face masks to the Legislator of the area.

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Presenting the items to the Hon Member of Parliament, MP for East Ayawaso Constituency, Mc Nasser Mahama Toure, the Chief scribe for the Association, Musah Alhassan said it behooves upon them to contribute their quota to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

In an interview with Ghanaian Voice, Musah Alhassan, Chief scribe hinted Ghana Co-orporative Fashion Designers Association will also donate same items to the Hon. Member of Parliament, MP in the sister constituency, North Ayawaso, Yussif Jajah.

He indicated that designing and sewing of face masks falls within their domain hence the need to support to the hard working MP to distribute designed face masks to the people in the constituency.

Hon. MP, Mc Nasser Mahama Toure, receiving the items, was overwhelmed with the move by the Ghana Fashion and Design Co-orporative Association as he expressed his gratitude to their support.

He cited similar associations donated various items to the President Akufo-Addo, 76, to show concern about how the pandemic was devastating the country; so when he heard Ghana Fashion and Design Co-orporative Association also thought of supporting him with face masks, he was happy.

Hon. MP said he intended holding a meeting with the various associations within his constituency but other equally important engagement could not permit him to hold the meeting.

He further promised that the intended meet with the various associations will surely come of to discuss array of issues including how he (MP) could offer them support in their area of profession.

East Ayawaso Constituency MP, Mc Nasser Mahama Toure urged the association to also take the social distancing protocol and other precautionary measures seriously so could produce more of the face masks for the Ghanaians.

By: Edudzi A. Gator

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