The 2019 Savannah Region Representative of TV3’s Ghana Most Beautiful (GMB) Mariam Musah who used the stage name ‘Kasha’ has donated Personal Protective Equipments (PPE’s) to Bole based Nkilgi FM on 29th July, 2020.

Kasha revealed in an exclusive with Bole based Nkilgi Fm that after her donation to the Radio station that it was her passion to support the younger ones in the Savannah Region, most especially the school going children so they could be the future leaders for Savannah Region and Ghana at large.

She said the COVID-19 global pandemic is affecting every Ghanaian because it has among many things slowed down businesses and also crippled the movement of trade activities.

Kasha said there is a need for everyone to go by the safety protocols in preventing further infections in the country, hence her foundation has secured Personal Protective Equipments (PPE’s) and distributing to some institutions in the Savannah Region such as Sawla Senior High Schools, Market men and women at Sawla, Sawlawura’s Palace, Bolewura’s Palace and Nkilgi fm,a Radio station that did massive publicity for her culminating in more votes when she was at the house last year.

“Kasha foundation is initiated to fight a lot of social cankers in the Savannah Region, our school going children problems, health sectors challenges, marketing and a whole lot of vital movement. I also saw there is a need wherever we find ourselves to cover the face, wash our hands regularly under running water with soap, use alcohol base sanitizers and more importantly observe social distancing.

“Nkilgi fm in the Savannah Region played a key role by supporting me in terms of publicity while I was at the TV3 GMB’s Savannah Region and so it is good to help the Radio station with some few PPE’s so that the workers can protect themselves with during their respective duties”.

Kasha said many individuals supported her after the pageant and she appreciate every single support and still urge for more support as it will energise her foundation to also help the school going children especially.