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KENKEY HOUSE DINES WITH AKROMPONG SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND




This NGO believes persistent and urgent question is "What are you doing for others", hence the need to assist persons with disabilities to enjoy their full basic needs.

At a ceremony during which Kenkey made a presentation to the Akropong School for the Blind last Saturday at Akropong, The leader commended all who had worked tirelessly to support the students of the school.

According to him, the attempt to fight disability was not rosy, and urged the students to be courageous and hardworking.

Presentation ceremony

Kenkey house , an NGO in Ghana, celebrated this Day with the Akropong School for the Blind. It is a donation ceremony to demonstrate its social responsibility.

In view of this ,they help the student to undertake a joyful praises ms worship which got most of them on their feet and thereafter they distributed packs of Kenkey to each of them which they joyfully munched whiles entertaining us with jokes and songs. 

Performance by students

The students sang melodious songs to welcome the guests and benefactors.

It was an epitome of amazement when this blind kids sang and dance joyfully to individuals present which indeed demonstrated their slogan, “Disability is not inability.”

Appreciation

The Assistant Headmaster of the school, Mr Joseph Atsu Homadzi, commended the government and institutions such as Kenkey house for supporting the school.

He said corporate institutions had been very helpful to the students through their various support and also appreciated the government for providing subvention for the students.

Mr Homadzi, however, appealed for more educational materials to enhance the education of the students.

“We cannot express our gratitude enough but we appeal to all – individuals, groups and businesses – to come to our aid since we are needy people,” he said.




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