Melcom Care Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization under the Melcom Group of companies in collaboration with the manufacturer of antibiotic cake soap, namely Lifebuoy is organizing a hand washing exercise at its various shopping outlets in the city to educate customers on the need for thorough hand washing to help save life during the Cholera outbreak.
Speaking at the demonstration of the hand washing exercise, Mr Godwin Agbenogbor, the Communications Manager for Melcom Group of Companies said, the human resource of the country needs to be protected and not lost to preventable diseases like cholera.
He urged Ghanaians to periodic washing of hands a habit, as well as exercising to live long.
He said, washing hands with soap was one of the best ways to avoid the picking of bacteria that are dangerous to human health.
He noted that washing hands with soap was one of the finest and cheapest ways of removing bacteria from the hands before eating.
He appealed to Ghanaians to cultivate the habit of washing their hands with soap.