Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu, has cautioned students against ‘care-free’ lifestyles in school in the wake of COVID19.
He said the spread of the virus was an indication that it must not be taken for granted and charged students to strictly adhere to all preventive protocols as schools reopened. Mr. Agbodza said this when he presented some personal protective equipment to residents of Adaklu Waya.
The items include; 10,000 face masks, 15 veronica buckets, hand sanitizers, liquid soaps and tissue papers.
He said the world was not in normal times, demanding cautiousness and healthy lifestyle. Mr. Agbodza said the veronica buckets should be placed in markets in the District and some face masks and the other items given to the Adaklu Senior High School to be used by the final year students who were to resume school on 22nd June.
The MP said the rest should be distributed to all communities in the District. Mr. Samuel Atormy Dorfe, Asseblyman for Torda electoral area who received the items on behalf of the people praised Mr. Agbodza for his untiring efforts in the fight against the pandemic in the District.
He appealed to all well-meaning citizens of the area, philanthropists and organizations to support the MP in helping stop the spread of the virus.