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Promasidor Ghana donates relief items to Appiatse explosion victims
On the 20 January, 2022 an explosion at Appiatse a suburb of Prestea Huni-Valley Municipality, claimed the lives of 13 persons whiles leaving hundreds of others displaced. Promasidor Ghana has donated assorted PGH food products worth GHS 70,000 to victims. The donation took place in the presence of the MCE for Prestea Huni-Valley, PGH trade partner for the area - Ransbet Supplies, assemblyman of the Appiatse, traditional leaders, and victims of the explosion among others.
Presenting the items in a short ceremony held at the temporary camp site for the victims, Head of Events and PR at Promasidor, Gideon Kodo shared the shock with which management of the business received the news of the explosion and further expressed his condolences to families that had lost their relatives in the disaster as well as an assurance of the commitment of the business to support in any way possible. Mr. Kodo also explained how community engagement is key in the operations of PGH across the country, which is why management found it important to present assorted food products as the first form of assistance to the victims of the disaster. He also called on regulatory bodies and other stakeholders to ensure that the country does not witness this form of disaster again.
The team took the opportunity to share words of encouragement and empathised with the victims as they toured the camp site.
Receiving the items on behalf of the people of Appaitse, MCE of Prestea Huni-Valley, Dr. Isaac Dramani expressed his gratitude to the business for the kind gesture and assured the team of immediate disbursement of the all items presented, which included Cowbell products, Miksi dairy products, Yumvita infant cereal, Onga seasoning, branded bowls, buckets and other kitchen appliances.
On the 20 January, 2022 an explosion at Appiatse a suburb of Prestea Huni-Valley Municipality, claimed the lives of 13 persons whiles leaving hundreds of others displaced.