Despite the havoc being wrecked by the covid-19 pandemic on the standard of living and the pockets of almost everyone living across the length and breadth of hard hit country’s, some still defy the odds to keep smiles on the faces of people who are almost at the verge of giving up on life.
The stress and psychological trauma that the infection has brought upon people in the lower income bracket has left even some committing suicide and others with the thoughts of doing same and here the Divine Kporha Charity Foundation came in to offer some relief to the people of the Ketu South Municipality which harbours Ghana’s border with Togo.
The foundation today Monday 25th May, 2020 got into the rains to present some assorted items worth thousands of cedis to some visually impaired and elderly people who have been so much affected since the closure of the country’s border with Togo has affected their trades, which have been their source of income over the years.
The items presented according Gokah Saviour in a Facebook post includes a bag of 5 kilogram rice, a litre of frytol cooking oil, two tins of sardine, a spaghetti, sachets of processed tomatoes, two bowls of maize, a hand sanitizer and nose masks for each beneficiary of the activity.
We at Coverghana.com.gh appreciate the little people do to make others happy and as such will like to say thank you to Divine Kporha Charity Foundation for taking such a great initiative.