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COVID-19 Citizen Coalition make donations to the needy

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COVID-19 Citizen Coalition (CCC) a group which members are players in the creative arts industry, media and traditional leaders on Tuesday, April 21, donated food items, veronica buckets, toiletries, hand sanitizers and nose masks in different locations in the capital to support the fight against the pandemic.

The group made up of celebrities such as Van Vicker, Selly Galley, Prince David Osei, James Gardiner, Roselyn Ngissah,  Adjetey Anang, Juliet Asante, Peter Ritchie and  Bill Asamoah met at the Accra Mall and split into three groups to make the donations.

The group donated to the Amasaman Community Hospital, Film Crew Association of Ghana, Royal Seed Orphanage in Kasoa and the needy in Ashaiman.

Graphic Showbiz was with the group that visited the Amasaman Community Hospital where the authorities were happy with the items.

They said the donation had come at the right time and promised that the items would be put to good use. Nurses and some of the patients at the facility even had photo opportunities with Bill Asamoah  and Selly Galley.
After the donation was made to Royal Seed Orphanage in Kasoa, the proprietor of the orphanage Mrs Naomi Esi Amoah thanked the group saying the donation will bring joy, hope and smiles on the faces of the needy children.
The COVID-19 Citizen Coalition (CCC) was founded by actress Juliet Asante and has a Mobile Money account where individuals who want to support their work can make a donation.

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