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Dreams FC distribute PPEs to the people of Dawu and Akropong to aid coronavirus fight

Published on: 24 June 2020

Dreams FC through it’s DFC Fund and Foundation distributed Personal Protective Equipment to the people of Dawu and Akropong communities in wake of supporting the prevention of the widespread of coronavirus.

The Ghana top-flight side handed out nose masks, hand sanitizers and other health essentials to the locals in Dawu and Akropong in the Eastern region of Ghana on Tuesday.

The Believers even though are based in the Greater Accra, they play their home matches in Dawu which is a walking distance from Akropong.

As part of the club's social responsibility, they made the donations to the people to help safeguard themselves from contracting the deadly disease.

Key members of our supporters group in Dawu joined the club's management and staff in the distribution of the nose masks and hand sanitizers to people in the two communities.

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