The National Youth Wing of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Henry Nana Boakye fed and made donations to the Heart of Father Outreach and kinda heart home, charity homes at Old Ningo in the Ningo Prampram Municipality as part of its social engagements for the festive season.
The donation under the theme: “Feed the Child, Save the Future” saw the Youth Wing donate bags of rice, boxes of cooking oil, blankets, drinking cups, rubber buckets, mosquito nets, boxes of smokeless mosquito coils, food, drinks and other assorted items.
An undisclosed amount of money was also presented to the charity home.
The youth wing also present 100 bags of Cement which was its contribution to a building project to the orphanage.
Addressing the gathering, Nana B mentioned that there is no opportune time to assist the needy in society than Christmas. He asserted that the true worth of any society is not how wealthy and prosperous that society is but a true society is one that extends help to its needy and less privileged.
He added that assisting the less privileged in society is a cardinal element of President Akufo Addo's developmental agenda and that is what reinforces the many pro poor programs introduced under the Akufo Akufo Addo led NPP Government.
He cited the Free SHS Program which has enabled an additional 180,000 students to access secondary education, recruitment of 100,000 graduates from various tertiary institutions under the Nation Builders Corps(NABCO) and the many other policies the government has introduced to provide opportunities for the less privileged in the society.
The leadership of the charity home thanked Nana B and the entire youth wing for the benevolence shown them.
Dignitaries who graced the occasion were Hon Jonathan Teye Doku, the Municipal Chief Executive for Ningo Prampram, the two deputy National Youth Organisers, Miss. Perpetual Lomokie Akwadaa and Mr. Joseph Kwayaja. Mr. Moses Aborh, the youth organizer for the Greater Accra Region was also in attendance as well as constituency executives
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