Obokese Foundation a brain child of Nana Obokese Ampah I, the Apagyahen of Asebu Traditional Area has supported the people of Moree, a community in the Asebu Traditional area with items to help fight COVID-19 .
This was done at a well organized ceremony put together by Okatakyi Amenfi VII, the Omanhen of the Asebu Traditional Area.
The Foundation in supporting this gesture, donated hundreds of washable facemasks worths thousands of Cedis when it was called upon to assist. It was disclosed at the ceremony that Obokese Foundation as part of their focus on improving health care delivery in Ghana will launch in the coming weeks a project named the Obokese Health Equipment Improvement Project.
This project according to the Executive Director of the Foundation Mr Ibrahim Baidoo, will equip selected health facilities across the country with hospital logistics to support governments effort in this regard.
Miss Roselyn Ampah Sahara, who is in charge of volunteer recruitment for the Obokese Foundation encouraged the youth to act as ambassadors in their various communities in ensuring that proper sanitation is prioritised at all times.
The ceremony was graced by the Sanaahene of Asebu Traditional area Nana Kyei and other very prominent chiefs in the Asebu Traditional Area as well Miss Lawrencia Ayapoka Anafo, Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2013, a women empowerment activist and an Ambassador for the Obokese Foundation.