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Chairman of Happy Man Foundation celebrates birthday with less privileged in Upper East Region

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As part of his birthday celebration today, the founder and Chairman of Happy Man Foundation, Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey, has carried out a philanthropic exercise of donation to some orphanages in the Upper East Region.

The beneficiary orphanages include God’s Love Kids Home at Soe in the Bolgatanga Municipality, Timataaba Children’s Home at Gbeogo in the Talensi District.

Both orphanages received items such as the Plus 1 soft drinks, bags of rice, boxes of tomato paste, cooking oil, biscuits, toiletries, baby food, used clothes, stationery, and sachet water among others.

The businessman cum philanthropist donated Ghc1, 000 cash to the God’s Love Kids Home with a promise to support the orphanage an amount of Ghc1, 000 monthly for one year.

A proprietor of the orphanage, Felix Akampoi who could not hide his joy, thanked Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey for the gesture.

“There are so many homes and challenges in this country that needs attention and so if we are privileged to be one of those that you have thought of and you have come to our place here, we say thank you so much and God will continue to bless you. All these things that are presented to us, I want to tell you that you have solved a very big problem. And even thinking of adding money to us, it is too much for one person to be doing this. I have no words to say but I leave everything to the God that brought you into this world to fulfil your mission.”

Mr. Akampoi pledged to utilize the gesture for the purpose for which it was given.
At the Timataaba Children’s Home at Gbeogo in the Talensi District, the CEO of Charger Limited, producers of Happy Man Beverages presented a cash amount of Ghc 2, 000 for the smooth operation of the orphanage.

In a similar vein, Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey donated assorted food items such as bag rice, cooking oil, tomato paste etc to 30 vulnerable widows in the Upper East Region. Each of the widows was gifted an amount of Ghc 200 cedis. His benevolence to the widows coincided with the International Widows Day which is celebrated annually to address the poverty and injustice faced by widows and their children.

In all, the items donated by the Chairman of Happy Man Foundation were valued at Ghc55,000. All the donations were madeĀ  to the less privileged in society in celebration of his birthday in the Upper East Region.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga

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