JEM Disinfects 138 Churches In Ashaiman Ahead Of Churches Resumption


The reigning disinfection and fumigation company in Ghana, JEM Intercontinental Services Limited has disinfected 138 in the Ashaiman Area of the Pentecost Church, as churches gear up for their maiden church services after three months of inactivity.


Members were seen busily tidying up their church premises, with disinfection being at the core of their pre-resumption activities in the midst of the global pandemic, Corona Virus Infectious Disease, COVID-19.

At James McKeown temple of the Church of Pentecost at the Ashaiman Estate, disinfection was done in and outside of the auditorium and the mission house, as well as the school’s classrooms in readiness of church service on Sunday, and in wait of school to reopen.

Responding to a question by Ghanaianonline’ Edward Tetteh, the administrator of JEM Intercontinental Services Limited, Lawrence Tsimese sought the occasion to advise individuals and organisations without expertise against self disinfection and fumigation in order not cause harm to life and property.

Lawrence Tsimese noted that, one could mix a weaker solution resulting in zero work done, or over-mix and eventually cause havoc to members of their households and neighbours. He went to advise churches and other corporate organisations as well as individuals to choose JEM for their disinfection and fumigation services, especially in this era of COVID-19 pandemic.

On his part, the CEO of JEM Intercontinental Services Limited, Tsimese John raised concern about the unending bedbugs menace in the Senior High Schools, a situation he attributed to improper fumigation and lack of expertise. To put an end to the worrying development at the country’s second circle schools, Mr. Tsimese further explained that JEM has the know-how, machinery and required chemicals to bring the unpleasant situation to an end, citing the GSTS in Takoradi as a case study.

Church elders who spoke off record were appreciative of JEM services and promised to disinfect their Churches regularly as directed by the president to ensure that together, Ghanaians eradicate the deadly Corona Virus Infectious Disease.

By: Edward Tetteh


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