Johnson Ayine, communication team member of the People’s National Convention (PNC) in the Upper East region has commended A1 Radio’s Ngamegbulam Stephen Chidozie for his show of love for Persons With Disability.
Ngamegbulam Stephen Chidozie, as he is popularly called, showered his love on the disabled when he constructed two stairways at the premises of the Upper East regional House of Chiefs in Bolgatanga to enable persons with disabilities in the region have easy access to the conference hall and office of the President of the house of chiefs during gatherings or visits.
Speaking on the sideline in his concluding remarks on Day-Break Upper East on A1 Radio, Mr. Ayine thanked the productive Journalist for his kind gesture and urged him to continuously use his devoted self to do many greater things that will equally touch the hearts of the vulnerable in society.
He urged others to emulate the exemplary gesture of the Ghanaian based Nigerian Journalist.
Mr. Ayine’s commendation adds to a long list of prominents personalities that have hailed the selfless gesture of the Mr. Chidozie. Dignitaries including the paramount chief of the Bongo traditional area, Naba Baba Salifu Aleemyarum, have all extended their recognition of his kind act of humanity.
The over 12 years call for institutional infrastructure to be disability friendly was triggered Friday by a young Nigerian Journalist based in Ghana when he single-handedly mounted two concrete stairways at the premises of the upper East Regional House of Chiefs in Bolgatanga.
According to Chidozie who spoke exclusively to A1 News, he was touched by the plight of the disabled after seeing what some of them go through when accessing the conference hall and other offices of the building.
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