Victoria Michael’s FCA marks anniversary with 10,000 nose masks
On Saturday, July 31, 2021, top model and CEO of Fashion Connect Africa Limited, Victoria Michaels, led her team to distribute 10,000 nose masks to traders, shoppers, drivers, passengers, etc at Makola, Chorkor, Accra Rawlings Park, and Tema Station.
The donation forms part of the factory’s first-year anniversary celebration and corporate social responsibility to distribute 1 million nose masks across the country through their FCA 1 million masks project to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Present at the event was the Welfare Secretary of Tema Station, Mr. Kweku Ntiri; a representative of Chief of Chemu, Nii Onameona; staff of the transport terminal; Chairman of the Goldcard Group, Mr. Gabriel Ibe; and management & staff of FCA Garment Factory.
The CEO of Fashion Connect Africa, Victoria Michaels, who made the donation, stated that COVID-19 is still hanging around and it is important for everyone to protect themselves from the deadly virus.
Ms. Michaels in her keynote address said, “FCA Garment Factory will keep supporting the nation in the fight against COVID-19.”
According to her, FCA Garment Factory and supporting factories have stitched 450,000 masks out of which 410,000 have been distributed from their 1 million face masks project since September 2020 with the support of their partners: American Chamber of Commerce, Dalex Finance, European Union in Ghana, Linfra Gh Limited, and Soccabet, just to mention a few.
The Welfare Secretary of Tema Station, Mr. Kweku Ntiri, who received the nose masks on behalf of the people of Tema Station, expressed his gratitude to FCA Garment Factory for considering people at the lorry terminal and its environs and indicated the nose masks will go a long way to help stop the spread of COVID-19.