Dreamland Sports Plus, an events management company on Thursday surprised some security personnel controlling traffic and managing the various barriers in some parts of the capital with Parle Biscuits and Namio Soya Drinks as refreshments gesture.
CEO Emmanuel Olla Williams, a sanitation ambassador as well as youth coordinator of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) who led the exercise in Ablekuma North, West and South constituencies said they have been touched by the positive conduct of the security forces in the country and want to encourage them.
He expressed appreciation on the police and military who have engaged in clean ups and maintaining peace and order during the lock down.
He commended companies like Unilever, Equator Foods Ltd and Namio Ghana Ltd for supporting their efforts in the fight against the covid-19 pandermic.
Padmanabhan Bhoopathy, general manager of Namio Ghana Ltd, producers of Namio Drinks said it is part of their social responsibility plans to support laudable and special ventures.
Vikesh Johari, sales and marketing manager of Equator Foods Ltd, producers of Parle Biscuits said this is the time for companies to show love to their customers and attract more.
He commended the exercise initiated by Dreamland Sports Plus and urged other companies to support.
Miss Sarah Awini, general manager of Dreamland Sports Plus thanked the companies and appealed to others to join in the fight against the pandemic.
She reminded Ghanaians to practice social distance and wash hands frequently with soap.
She hailed the media who are part of the front line workers in the fight against the invincible enemy called coronavirus.
Source:Ghana/myxyzonline.com/93.1Mhz/ Nana Prempeh