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Elvis Awonekai donates Ghc4,000, bags of rice to Mama Laadi Children’s Home

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The NPP Parliamentary Candidate for the Bolgatanga Central Constituency, Figo Atiah Awonekai, in a generous act of community support, donated 17 bags of rice and a cash amount of Four Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢4,000) to the Mama Laadi Children’s Home in the Bolgatanga Municipality.

The donation, made on May 29, 2024, was aimed at supporting the orphanage’s activities and encouraging the staff to continue their dedicated work.

Mama Laadi Children’s Home, established in 2006, has been a sanctuary for street children, providing them with shelter, education, and a sense of family. Over the years, the orphanage has become a cornerstone of hope for vulnerable children in the region.

During the donation ceremony, Mr. Awonekai emphasized the importance of community involvement in social welfare.

“Our children are our future, and it is our collective responsibility to ensure they have the support they need to thrive. This donation is a small gesture to acknowledge and encourage the selfless efforts of the workers and management at Mama Laadi Children’s Home,” Awonekai stated.

The founder of the orphanage, Mama Laadi Awuni, expressed heartfelt gratitude for the support. She noted that the donation was timely and would significantly help in meeting the daily needs of the children.

“We are deeply thankful to Mr. Awonekai for this generous contribution. It will go a long way in sustaining our efforts to provide a better life for these children,” she said.

The PC also made a similar donation to the Roger Rehabilitation Center based in Bolgatanga, the capital of the Upper East Region. The center was established by the LOAD Ghana Foundation and has become a sanctuary of relief for distraught families and concerned friends searching for freedom and recovery for loved ones whose wishes, wherewithal, and well-being are being ravaged by obsessive cravings for alcoholic drinks and drugs.

He explained that one of the key reasons he joined politics was to bring development to the good people of the Constituency, as his center was doing well.

“I look at politics as a platform that can be used to realize growth for the people who put you there. Unlike others who see it as a mechanism to enrich themselves, pushing for positive change is my ultimate goal, and I promise that your outfit is doing well. I believe if the constituents allow me to be their MP come 2025, we will do more to support the activities of the center.”

Mr. Roger Atambire Abaah, however, appreciated the kind gesture and assured that the center will continue to do its part to help those who are suffering from such abuse in the region.

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

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