The Founder and Chairman of KABAKA Foundation who double as the Kwahu Nkwatia Nkosuohene, Nana Owiredu Wadie I have admonished all Ghanaians to develop the habit of giving to the needy and less privileged in society.
According to him, the best way to impact the lives of people is by supporting them in any way they can which he says will put smiles on their faces.
He said this when celebrating his birthday with over 500 street hawkers from the Okponglo, Shiashie and the Under-bridge traffic lights in Accra where he seeks to bring smiles to the faces of hawkers.
The Kabaka Foundation has its main focus of helping improve education, health, social interventions, cultural presentations, employment, and support for Persons with disabilities, poor and needy persons in society.
The foundation has offered support for individuals and groups across the country.
Nana Owiredu Wadie I stressed that those on the street also need love as he urged Ghanaians with the financial means to also try and support those people.
He added that such acts also amount to giving back to society which he says was his main aim of embarking on such an exercise to support the people.
Also, the Executive Director of the Kabaka Foundation, Henry Kwaku Nyanteh Larbi also noted that the foundation thought it wise of supporting those on the street.
He says it also forms part of their social responsibilities to give back to the community.
He called on others to emulate the examples of Kabaka Foundation.
Finally, some of the hawkers expressed their excitement as they call on others to also emulate such gestures.
They also called on the government to also provide them with jobs to take them off the streets.