Media General, Eli Beach Resort Presents Relief Items for Tidal Wave Victims
On Monday, November 29, 2021, Ghana’s leading media conglomerate Media General Group and Eli Beach Resort handed over relief items to victims of the tidal wave that swept through homes in parts of the region. of the Volta two weeks ago.
The presentation was made during a brief event at the Anloga Municipal Assembly attended by Keta MP Hon. Gakpey, MP for Anlo, Hon. Richard Kwame Sefe, Municipal Director General of Keta Hon. Emmanuel Gemegah and the District Manager of Anloga District, the Hon. Seth Yormevu.
Hon. James Etornam Flolu, Chief Executive of Afadjato South District represented Volta Regional Minister Honorable Archibald Yao Letsa and Sylvester Kumawu, Assembly Member of Amutinu / Salakope Constituency, represented the deputy of Ketu South, the honorable Dzifa Gomashie. Other opinion leaders, victims of the tidal wave, members of the management of Media General and Eli Beach Resort were present.
Speaking at the event, General Manager of Media General, Beatrice Agyemang stressed the need to protect the victims and prevent them from suffering the full effect of the disaster by providing a swift response which is essential for their survival. , process of recovery and reconstruction of their communities.
“As a responsible organization, we have decided to provide emergency support to help those affected. For this reason, we have collaborated with Eli Beach Resort and launched the “Eli Beach Resort – Media General Save A Life” campaign to offer support to victims by providing cash and relief items. It is important that all stakeholders come together to find a lasting solution to this problem which has affected these communities for several years, ”she added.
For his part, the General Manager of Eli Beach Resort said: “We are confident that the items donated this morning will go a long way in helping the victims recover from this disaster. We would also like to thank Media General Group for working with us to achieve this and look forward to entering into more partnerships in the future ”.
Items donated included sacks of raw maize, sacks of maize flour, sacks of Tombrown, sacks of Yenam Soya, sanitary napkins, toiletries, foodstuffs, and balls of clothing, shoes and clothing. bags. Companies recognized for their support of the initiative include Lexta Ghana, Yedent Agro, Didi pa food, Homepro, Clothe Ghana Family and Latex foam.