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1996-year group of BIGBOSS donates to orphanage

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The 1996-year group of students of the Bolgatanga Senior High School (BIGBOSS) has donated to the God’s Love Residential Home in the Bolgatanga Municipality. The items donated include, soap, washing powder, detergents, bottle water, sanitary pads, baby foods, bags, shoes and clothing.

The batch Welfare Officer, Kasandra Barchisu Seidu said the gesture is one of the year group’s initiative of giving back to the society and also, “to support one of the proprietors of the orphanage, Felix Akampoi who happens to be part of the 1996-year group of BIGBOSS.”.

Mrs. Seidu added that the donation follows a Joy News story which revealed the challenges confronting the orphanage.

“Some weeks ago, Joy News put out a story about this orphanage so we decided to contribute our own and support the orphanage. Other people who saw the plight of the orphanage in the story, also came in to support us make this donation”, she stated.

Some of the items

A proprietor of the orphanage, Felix Akampoi who thanked his colleagues for the love shown to the little ones indicated that the 1996-year group of the school has always existed like a family and he was glad that the group extended its benevolence to God’s Love Residential Home.

“When Joy News shared our story, I was surprised to receive a call from the president of the year group, Mike Zuri who told me that our year group is making contribution to support the home. I was happy and proud to belong to such a group. We appreciate every support they have given us and may God replenish all that was given to us.”

President of the 1996-year group, otherwise known as SD Batch, Mike Zuri thanked his colleagues for the contribution which put smiles on the faces of the less privilege.

Mr. Zuri also thanked other year group members who donated items to the worthy course. He advised the beneficiaries to “grow up to be responsible citizens and a blessing to society.”

Mary and Felix Akampoi

God’s Love Residential Home was founded by Felix and Mary Akampoi in the year 2003 to serve the underprivileged in society.

The home currently has 29 children and adults with the youngest being a 3-months old baby boy and the oldest being a 20-year-old young man who has just gained admission to study Civil Engineering at the Bolgatanga Technical University.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|Joshua Asaah|101.1Mhz

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