Oxfam-NCCE collaborate to educate residents of Sekondi-Takoradi on coronavirus

Regional News of Monday, 28 September 2020

Source: GNA


Mr. Kwame Lan Tugbenu, Metro Director of the NCCE speaking to the members of the communityMr. Kwame Lan Tugbenu, Metro Director of the NCCE speaking to the members of the community

The Sekondi -Takoradi Metropolitan office of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), with the support of Oxfam, an international donor organization has educated over 1000 citizens on the harmful effects on ignoring the COVID-19 protocols.

The education according to Mr. Kwame Lan Tugbenu, the Metro Director of the NCCE was conducted in Churches, disability groups, and communities within the Metropolis.

He said the awareness-raising Campaign on the COVID-19 pandemic started in July to deepen public consciousness about the prevention and management of the virus, including Government measures and directives in response to the pandemic in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.

He stated that COVID -19 was not a myth and that the disease could attack any group of people.

“The disease is transmitted through droplet

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