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CEO of Yesu Dea donates brand-new Yutong Bus, 300 bags of rice to 3 orphanages in Upper East Region

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The Chief Executive Officer of Yesu Dea, a subsidiary of VIP Buses Transport Services Limited, Yaw Amponsah Marfo, has made a donation to three orphanage homes in the Upper East Region.

The beneficiary orphanage homes are God’s Love Residential Home, Mama Laadi Children Home, and the Center for Child Development.

Speaking to the media after the donation, Mr. Amponsah Marfo emphasized the importance of giving back to the less privileged, especially orphans, who are often overlooked in society.

He expressed his commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those who need it the most.

“Supporting orphanages is not just a responsibility; it is a moral duty we owe to the society we live in. Yesu Dea and VIP Buses Transport Services Limited are committed to uplifting the lives of the less fortunate, and we will continue to contribute to the well-being of our communities.”

The philanthropic gesture included a brand-new Yutong bus, 300 bags of rice, 50 cartons of tomato paste, 6 bags of sugar, and 6 gallons of cooking oil.

He added, “This comprehensive approach aims to address both the immediate and long-term needs of the orphanages, ensuring that the children receive not only sustenance but also the means for improved mobility.”

Dr. Joseph Bangu, the Director of Good Governance, Justice, and Peace at NABOCADO, received the donation on behalf of the three orphanage homes and expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the substantial contribution.

He assured the public that the donated items would be put to optimal use for the benefit of the children.

“Mr. Amponsah Marfo’s commitment to supporting orphanages aligns with our mission of promoting justice, peace, and good governance. We are grateful for this generous donation, which will undoubtedly make a positive impact on the lives of the children in our care,” stated Dr. Bangu.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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