Mr. Jibril Mohammed, the Chief Executive Officer of JBC 1 Group of Companies, has called for a concerted effort by public and private institutions to team up and work with civil society in Ghana to end the kayayei phenomenon.

He made the appeal during a ceremony to support the Kumasi-Kejetia Kayayei centre, and Breast cancer treatment program for Kejetia market women, under the leadership of breast surgeon, Mrs. Beatrice Wiafe, during the first week of every month at the centre.
According to him, for no mistake of theirs, they are worryingly found on the street, that’s why it’s necessary for all to extend support to the kayayei.

‘’Ghanaians shouldn’t underrate the risk of Covid-19, it’s real. Let’s sanitize and mask up’’ he advised the public, before receiving the COVID-19 awareness-vaccine artwork in appreciation for the company’s support.

The founder of Kunata Voluntary Organisation the NGO that operates the Bridgewater Project, Mr. Yahaya Alhassan thanked Jibril Mohammed for supporting humanitarian programs in Ghana. He extended an invitation to JBC I Group to participate in the October 23rd to 30th breast screening and Covid-19 sensitization program for Kayayei and Kejetia market women at the Kumasi- Kejetia Kayayei Center.

Mr Alhassan, presented a copy of the humanity Magazine to Mr. Jibril dedicated for his public good works.

Bridgewater Project Provides Future And Welfare To Head Potters Popularly Known As Kayayei Found All Over In Our Big Cities Through Education, Protection, Advocacy, Research Etc.

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