KESSBEN CEO pledges GHc 50,000 to support residents of Apiatse explosion (Video)

kESSBEN CEO pledges GHc 50,000 to support residents of Apiatse explosion (Video)

KESSBEN CEO pledges GHc 50,000 to support residents of Apiatse explosion (Video)
KESSBEN CEO pledges GHc 50,000 to support residents of Apiatse explosion (Video)

Chief Executive officer of Kessben Group of companies, Mr. Stephen Boateng, widely known as Mr. Kwabena Kesse has pledged to support the affected residents of Apiatse explosion which occurred on Thursday, January 20, 2022.

Mr. Kwabena Kesse made the vow on Sunday, January 23, 2022, when he called into the live radio broadcast ‘Church Bells’ on Kessben 93.3 FM, presented by Sammy Adu Boakye.

Mr. Kwabena Kesse, the brains behind the Kessben Outreach Foundation, stated that the whole Kessben Group of companies feels the suffering of those affected and sympathizes with those who have been displaced. For their care, he promised to donate relief materials such as rice, oil, soap, blankets, mattresses, and so on. He, on the other hand, urged all Ghanaians to come to the Apiatse community near Bogoso’s aid in this tough time.

“On behalf of Kessben Outreach Foundation, I wish to convey our condolences to the families of the bereaved and wish the injured a speedy recovery. I pledged to give out Ghc 50,000 towards the welfare of all the victims of the explosion

KESSBEN CEO pledges GHc 50,000 to support residents of Apiatse explosion (Video)
KESSBEN CEO Kwabena Kesse
Mr. Kwabena Kesse

Backgroud of the Apiatse Explosion…

Officials from the Vice President’s session, which included the Inspector General of Police, the Chief Fire Officer, senior Army officers, senior officials from other security agencies, the Ghana Health Service, Ambulance Service, and other allied agencies, revealed that 179 people were directly affected by the blast, which was allegedly caused by a collision between an explosives-carrying vehicle and a motorcycle.

They stated that thirteen (13) people have been confirmed dead, with 45 others seeking medical assistance in surrounding hospitals and four more being referred to the Komfo Anokye and Korle Bu hospitals.

About 150 persons, almost the entirety of the community, are now seeking shelter at the Catholic Church’s centre because their houses have either been destroyed or made unsafe by the huge blast.

Source: kessbenonline.com
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