The 1993 year group of St Johns School in Sekondi-Takoradi have presented food items to the orphans of New Life Nungua Children Home International in Nungua, Accra.

The items include three gallons of 25 litters cooking oil, bags of sugar, boxes of Indomie, toiletries, boxes of tin tomatoes, bags of rice and other food items.


Leaders of the group, Kofi Namoah and Anthony leslie Mills, who presented the items on behalf of the members said the donation formed part of their contributions to ease some of the financial burden of the Home after fire destroyed properties in the foundation.

“We saw in the news that fire has gutted this place and we paid heed to that call to make the donation” one leader told Adomonline’s Gershon Mortey.

“This may not be the last time we are here and we hope to come over and over again. I will entreat the nation to support. These are future leaders. I have seen some awesome talents in them …” another colleague from the year group said.

However, director of the orphanage, Nii Afotey Botwe II  who received the items on behalf of the children thanked the group for their kind gesture.

“We thank you very much for choosing no other orphanage home than New Life Nungua Children Home. Anything that happens in life comes with a reason. It is never an accident.

“It is a great thing and if people think about us this way we become so happy. It is not easy to feed these children but with grace and hope from God he touches the heart of people to come and help us, we thank them very much…” he said.

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