District Chief Executive (DCE) for Wassa East, Hon. Wilson Arthur has urged football clubs to chase their Member of Parliaments (MPs) for Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs).

The emergence of the novel coronavirus has brought into eminence the value of Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) as the world battles the global pandemic which has distorted the football calendar.

In Ghana’s case association football has been in hibernation since mid-March forcing the GFA to cancel the 2019-2020 season and putting the subsequent season in limbo considering the nation’s stance on social gathering – with only a section of the national teams allowed to camp ahead of their various assignments.

Owner of Skyy FC who doubles as the MTN FA Cup chairman, Hon. Wilson Arthur has implored the clubs to take advantage of the election year to ‘milk’ from the aspiring MPs.

“Clubs should look for their Members of Parliament, I mean those contesting for the 2020 Parliamentary Elections in your Constituencies, they’ll buy the thermometer guns, hand sanitizers, nose masks etc; go to them,” he told Takoradi-based Skyy Power FM.

He continued: “We are in election year, and they [the MPs] need your votes, this is the time [to take advantage], and if you make the effort to walk to them, you will get their help,”

“The MPs have been given plenty of the PPE’s, and they are keeping them, go to them ask for some,” he ended.

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