COVID-19 Public Education Campaign In Old Accra And Neighbouring Communities
The Jamestown Ngleshie Noyaa Kpee (JTNNK) will undertake a public education campaign about COVID-19 in Old Accra and other densely populated parts of the Accra Metropolitan Area in collaboration with Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA).
The public education campaign about COVID-19 is needed to further sensitize residents about the gravity of the COVID-19 epidemic. The COVID-19 Public Education Campaign will take place from Friday, April 17th, 2010 to Sunday, April 19th, 2020.
JTNNK has recruited some music and sports personalities to participate in the COVID-19 Public Education Campaign. The campaign will entail the use of public relations vans and public address systems to communicate relevant messages to reinforce the need for compliance with the mandated quarantine and practice of hygiene protocols recommended by WHO and Ghana Health Service.
JTNNK will work closely with AMA officials and Mr. Gabby Nii Teiko Tagoe, Director of Ga Mashie Development Agency (GAMADA). AMA is providing Information Vans, face masks, hand sanitizers, Veronica buckets, and name tags for the volunteers.
The principal contacts for the COVID-19 Public Education Campaign are Mr. Lloyd Evans, JTNNK Vice President, Mrs. Naa Kwaale Dove and Manye Anaana I.
Other participants are: Richard Nii Otokunor Attoh, Host of JTNNK’s Ngleshie Nonn Neh program; Collins Seymah Smith, Director of Act for Change; and Abednego Nii Kwardey Ntreh.
The Entertainers and Sports Personalities who have volunteered to participate include Ayitey Powers, Gasmilla Lamptey, Nii Funny, and Nii Amui Michael.
JTNNK Vice President