Ghanaian actress Fella Makafui has donated bags of cement towards the building of a community center in her hometown, Anfoega Akukome in the Volta Region.
The fast-rising actress was born and raised in Anfoega Akukome and she has decided to give back to the town of her birth by helping to renovate its community center.
She was welcomed by the Paramount Chief of the town, Tobge Tepre Hodo [IV], as well as some members of the Traditional Council.
Fella Makafui also spent time with some widows in the community, as she donated some items to them as a way of showing care.
Following the donations, the actress expressed her gratitude to the Paramount Chief and all the people of Anfoega Akukome for hosting her.
According to her the community center is very dear to her heart, hence her decision to donate cements towards its renovation.
She posted a photo on Instagram standing by the bags of cement, saying she is motivated to “show my sincere appreciation to the people and chiefs of my hometown.”
Fella Makafui wrote: “I write to show my sincere appreciation to the people and chiefs of my Hometown (Anfoega Akukome) for hosting me last Saturday to present to them BAGS of Cement to assist them in the renovation of their “COMMUNITY CENTER .“
The actress rose to the scene after starring in the YOLO television series. She has since been featured on a couple of movies as she enhances her acting career.