CENTRAL UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS STUDENTS TO COPE WITH COVID-19 PANDEMIC2nd May 2020
The Central University Alumni Association donated sanitary and food items to students who were stuck in the school during the lockdown. The Association launched an appeal to its members about the plight of about 150 students from different countries and regions of Ghana, who could not go home in view of the lockdown in their countries and parts of Ghana.
In a speech during the presentation on Sunday, 26 April 2020 at the school’s main campus at Miotso, the President, Mr. Daniel Adjei encouraged the students to observe the health protocols from Ghana Health Service for their own safety and the safety of their friends and loved ones. He further bemoaned the challenges that Covid-19 has presented to humanity and the need for them to play their role in the fight to defeat the pandemic. He ended by encouraging the students to keep on praying, keeping their minds active and expect changes to the way the world operates, including education delivery, when the pandemic ends.
On her part, the Dean of students, Dr Gloria Dzeha after receiving the items on behalf of the students, encouraged the students to emulate the thoughtfulness of the Alumni as they support each other through their education and future endeavours. She further thanked the Alumni Association and everyone that gave for the kind gesture especially during these times when people are saving the little they have.
The items donated include 5 Veronica buckets with stands and accessories, 24 pieces of Jumbo size tissue, 10 gallons of liquid soap, 120 units of 200ml sanitizer, 200 branded nose masks, 190 loaves of bread, 25 crates of eggs and 20 packs of assorted drinks and water. Menaye Muntari also supported the students with 96 packs of premium ‘Sincerely by Menaye’ sanitary pads as a way of supporting the students cope with the challenges of the times.
The students expressed their gratitude for the kind gesture of the Alumni.
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