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13.10.2008 Social News

Frafraha Foster Home receives support from a CEPS official

The inmates of the Frafraha Foster Home, at Frafraha, were on Sunday given a special treat after having been provided with assorted food items and clothing valued at about GH¢1,000 by a single individual.
The individual, Mrs Dorcas Okine, a Custom Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) official, who presented the items together with a GH¢100 cash, also cut a birthday cake with the inmates, ate, drunk and shared the message of Christ with them.
She was accompanied by some elders of the Church of Pentecost, were she fellowships.
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency, Mrs Okine said the donation was to show her appreciation to God for the lives of the inmates, who without their fault, were at a great disadvantage without the help of society.
She said it was her widows' mite to the children and also to thank God for her 40th birthday anniversary.
The items included a bag of rice, a bag of sugar, a gallon of oil, clothes, shoes, candies, plastic products among other things.
The children later sung Christian songs, prayed with Mrs Okine and thanked her for the assistance.
Mrs Victoria Abraham, Head of Foster Home expressed her gratitude to the donor saying: “We are so much overwhelmed because we did not expect so much of these items from a single donor.”
The Home currently has 47 inmates