He said this during an Ebola awareness campaign in some schools in the the Savelugu/Nanton Municipality on Monday.
The schools included the Savelugu Experimental Primary and Junior High Schools and Rawdatul-Atfal Junior High School.
He educated the school children on how the disease is spread.
Mr Asomey urged the children and the teachers to regularly wash their hands with soap as well as practicing good environment hygiene.
He said Savana Signatures would soon launch a health programme called Ebola mobile platform, which would update people on the Ebola disease all over the country.