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27.05.2016 General News

‘Let’s Help One Another’

By Daily Guide
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THE Chief Executive Officer and financier of Love Kids Educational Foundation, Kwakye Yeboah has urged Ghanaians especially opinion leaders and politicians to eliminate greed and selfishness from their daily activities.

According to him, individuals who have resources and money should rather concentrate on sponsoring the youth to further their education since the youth are the future leaders of the county.

Kwakye Yeboah, a native of Kwahu – Abetifi posited this when he launched the Love Kids Educational Foundation, a non-governmental organization at Weija in the Greater Accra Region recently.

He said the aim of the Foundation was to take care of brilliant but needy children from the primary school level to the university level on a child per family basis.

He indicated that the organization will take care of the kids' school fees, uniforms and books till their completion.

Currently, the foundation is taking care of twenty (20) children enrolled in the primary school, JHS and SHS.

Madam Tina Ayeley Mensah, the NPP Parliamentary candidate for Weija-Gbawe Constituency who graced the event commended the philanthropist for his support for the needy children.

She called on Ghanaians to vote out the NDC in the impending November polls to pave way for the NPP government led by Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo for sound and practical economic policies that will turn around the fortunes of the country and provide free quality education to all Ghanaian youth.

FROM Daniel Bampoe

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