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  • Star Assurance Supports Apiatse Explosion Victims
    Obaatanpa Radio Online
    LOCAL NEWS

    Star Assurance Supports Apiatse Explosion Victims

    Star Assurance Company Limited has donated assorted items to support residents of Apiatse, who lost their livelihood and properties through the explosion that occurred on January 20, 2022.

    Items donated include 50 cartons of bottled water, 100 bags of sachet water, 10 cartons of Milo, 10 cartons of milk and 22 bags of baby diapers. Others include 5 bags of detergents, 5 cartons of mosquito spray, 240 pieces of a toothbrush, two boxes of toothpaste and 300 ‘T-shirts all valued at Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS 50,000).

    In brief remarks before the presentation, Mr. Eldon M.A. Otu, Northern Sector Head of Star Assurance said the aim of the donation was to provide immediate relief to the victims whilst the authorities think of a long-term solution.

    “This is just to help alleviate your plight in the immediate term whilst we consider other supportive measures for the medium to long-term,” Mr. Otu stated.

    “As our slogan says, we believe in being there for our partners, far and near in times of challenges and disaster”, he concluded.

    Other members of the delegation from Star Assurance were Mr Solomon Aboagye and Ms Benedicta Ghansah-Afful.

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