The items included, 400 bags of rice, 100 bags of cowpea, 17 bags of gari, 100 boxes of canned tuna and 1000 boxes of tomato paste.
Other items were 95 boxes of face masks, 225 boxes of disposable hand gloves, 600 packs of tissue papers, 140 veronica buckets with bowls, 20 thermometer gun, 750 pieces of liquid soaps, 100 waste bins and 100 handwashing tables.
Beneficiaries would include the 19 communities within the traditional area and the Kyebi Government Hospital
Presenting the items on behalf of the Okyenhene, the Okyeman Gyaasehene and Kwabenghene, Daasebre Ayimadu Kantamanto II, said he was hopeful the support will go a long way to help the less privilege and the needy in the traditional area.
The Okyeman Gyaasehene, made a special presentation to the Kyebi Government Hospital.
For the items they received, 50 bags of rice, 15 bags of Cowpea, two bags of gari, 10 boxes of tuna and 200 boxes of tomato paste.
Other items were 35 boxes of face masks, 200 boxes of disposable hand gloves,100 packs of tissue papers,40 veronica buckets with bowls,10 pieces of thermometer gun,300 liquid soaps, 20 waste bins and 20 handwashing tables.
Receiving the items on behalf of the facility, Mr Kwadwo Oware, Accountant at the Kyebi Hospital expressed his profound gratitude to the Okyenhene and commended him for the good initiative taken to support his people in this times of the pandemic.