Today January 18, 2022

Donation to those affected by the tidal waves in the Ketu South area in Ghana

The recent tidal waves that hit the Anlo district, Keta, and Ketu South municipalities brought untold hardship and suffering to the affected areas.

Videos and still images from the region showed misery and grief in the aftermath of destruction left by the tidal waves. The spectacle of devastation touched many hearts. Therefore, it was no surprise that Rosemary Amegashie and Reuben Hadzide, indigenes from the area, now residing in Chicago, Illinois, USA, decided to donate their widows might in support of the people affected.

They donated bags of rice and cooking oil through the Caring Sisters of Anlo Traditional Area, who are currently coordinating other relief items to the affected districts.

Matilda Dzomeku, a friend of the Hadzide family, donated the items on their behalf. Receiving the items in the absence of the President of Caring sisters, Ms. Sese Gadzekpo, a member of the board of directors, noted that over three thousand families are displaced, schools destroyed or closed down, and citizens in the area have lost their income. She used the occasion to thank all those who have donated through the Caring Sisters NGO.

So far, Caring Sisters, whose members are all indigenes of the area, have joined with the Association of Bankers and Corporate Ghana and have donated relief items worth about one million Ghana cedis to affected victims.

The Caring Sisters NGO is highly recommended to individuals, groups, corporate entities, and NGOs. You can reach them by calling the President, Sese Gadzekpo, at 0244 342 070or Nicole at 0246 569 575. Their Momo account link is 0559 284 986.

Source: Ghana Web



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