Suhum MP Supports Orphanages in His Constituency
_"Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are." Harold S. Kushner._
The member of Parliament for Suhum, Hon. Frederick Opare-Ansah donated assorted items to all the orphanage facilities under his county.
Celebrating the Easter Monday with the less privileged, the member of parliament and his entourage arrived at Jehova Rapha Orphanage in Suhum, where he interacted with both staff and the children. There, he re-affirmed his commitment towards improving upon the lives of the less privileged and the vulnerable within the enclaves of Suhum Constituency. He ended his speech by offering them some juicy packages for the Easter period and precautionary materials to aide them respond to the fight against the coronavirus disease with the needed confidence.
The Trotor Baptist Orphanage wasn’t left out, the hardworking member of Parliament together with his team further went to the Trotor Baptist Orphanage where he dined with them, donated Easter packages and some precautionary items too. He encouraged all and sundry to adhere to safety measures being put in place by the Ministry of Health and government to help mitigate the spread of the novel virus.
In all, Hon. Frederick Opare-Ansah donated 20 bags of rice, 200 pieces of tissues, 20 crates of soft beverages, 2 Veronica buckets, 4 gallons of handwashing soap, 4 gallons of alcohol-based sanitizers, 100 pieces of cooked and packed rice, 50 boxes of biscuits, 20 boxes of cake biscuits and 100 pieces of fairly used clothing.
Hon. Frederick Opare-Ansah on his motivation for the gesture, he elaborated on his intrinsic call to make life easy-living for the very people who voted him to serve their interests. He vouched for his continuous support towards making the lives of the less privileged and vulnerable under his county a better one.