Ghanaian police officer becomes Good Samaritan for neglected disabled people on Accra street

Ghanaian police officer becomes Good Samaritan for neglected disabled people on Accra street

- A young Ghanaian police officer has become notable for his humane gesture

- Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko, has become a national sensation after photos of him providing support for a physically challenged person went viral

- He donated a pair of crutches to a disabled person on the street of Accra

- Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko has called on other kind-hearted persons to donate to support his cause

A benevolent Ghanaian Police officer, Ekpeagba Agbeko, has gained the interest of the media after photos of him assisting physically challenged persons gained traction.

Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko is a police officer with the Accra Regional Police Command who has become known for his humane gestures towards the disabled.

While physically challenged persons usually experience neglect and discrimination from most people, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, has devoted himself to persons with disability in the country.

He donates pair of crutches to physically challenged persons on the street of Accra, as one of his endeavours to help the needy in the society.

Simon Agbeko has become notable for his continuous giving to the underserved and the needy in society.

Via these noble gestures, Simon Agbeko, has been touching the lives while contribute his quota to the development of the country.

Ghanaian police officer becomes Good Samaritan for neglected disabled people on Accra street
Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko. Photo credit: Facebook/Kwaku Daniel
Source: Facebook

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The young Ghanaian police officer has urged other kind-hearted persons to also donate their widow’s mite to support the cause to help persons with disability.

Simon Agbeko, says his dream is to help create the enabling space where physically challenged persons would have easy care and education especially disabled people parade principal streets and major highways in Accra while begging because most of them have been neglected by their relatives.

Simon Agbeko disclosed that with time, he would extend his generous works to other regions across the country to bring relief to more vulnerable people.

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