Ghana Most Beautiful representative 2020, for the Savannah regional Christiana Abiba Gabby, has made some donations to the children’s ward of the West Gonja Hospital in Damongo on Wednesday 14th October 2020.
The items donated include Veronica buckets, bleaches, and liquid soap, branded Airteltigo face masks, and food tech Ltd products (No 8 chips, cornelley, and No8 exotic chips). The management of the hospital expressed gratitude to her and prayed that the Good Lord will lead her way to success so that the youth of the area can benefit from her project.
Christiana Abiba Gabby also visited the Savannah Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) to thank them for the support given her during and after the GMB show on TV3. Christiana Abiba Gabby used the opportunity to disclose to the official launching of her project on Thursday 15th October 2020, at the Eco Club Conference Hall in Damongo.
The project dubbed “Skills training and Entrepreneurial Development” is for the youth especially the girl child who is not productively engaged. She said the project is aimed at equipping the youth with the necessary skills to help them live better and promote growth and development amongst them.
Present at the council was the deputy Savannah regional minister, Samuel Yeyu Tika, and Chief Director, Alhaji Adams Mohammed. Mr. Samuel Tika praised the confidence of Abiba and stated that for the Savannah region, she still remains the winner of the GMB 2020 until such a time that another lady is selected to contest in the competition.
He said, the project is a good initiative and hopes the youth of the area will take advantage of the project to acquire some skills to work and earn a living.
The regional Chief Director, Alhaji Adams Mohammed however gave an assurance that the RCC is ready to assist the project to realize its major objectives. He said where necessary, the RCC will relate with all the assemblies in the region to help the project development.
The team later moved to the West Gonja Hospital, where she donated the items to the management of the hospital and visited the children’s’ ward to interact with some of the children and their caretakers.
Source: Salifu Adam Jabu (Savannah Region)