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24.12.2005 Regional News

Minister advise less privileged children to study hard

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Kumasi, Dec 24, GNA - Mr Sampson Kwaku Boafo, Ashanti Regional Minister, has advised less privileged children to learn hard to develop their talents to enable them to contribute towards national development in future. Mr Boafo made at a get-together he organised for over 300 less privileged children in Kumasi, on Friday. They were from the Kumasi Children's Home, King Jesus Charity Home at Boadi, Dwenase Rehabilitation Centre, the Westphalian Village at Oyoko near Effiduase, Life Community at Deduako near Kumasi and the Garden City Special School for the Mentally Handicapped Children at Asokore-Mampong near Kumasi. He urged them to think of what they could do for themselves and society since God did not discriminate and said that, "even though you are physically or mentally handicapped, if you rely on Him, He will lift you up".