- Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko Ekpeagba, has embarked on another benevolent gesture
- The Ghanaian police officer has been captured filling in some deadly potholes in Accra
- Lance Corporal Simon recently made headlines after repairing a damaged traffic light, desilting gutters and providing crutches for the disabled
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For what has become a benevolent ritual, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, a kind-hearted Ghanaian Police officer who works with the Accra Regional Police Command has once again embarked on fixing damaged state property.
Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko has become notable for giving back to the community and fixing damaged state facilities including street traffic lights.
The junior police officer has been filling in some deadly potholes which threaten the lives of drivers and passengers in Accra for temporal usage.
Simon Agbeko first became inspired to patch up some of the road hazards at the Achimota overhead and the Abeka junction after he drove over the particularly pothole.
Pulse Ghana reports that he said he filled up the potholes to prevent accidents.
The project, he also said, forms part of his road safety campaign to drivers and motorists.
Earlier reports by YEN.com.gh, disclosed that Lance Corporal Agbeko had spent his own money to repair a broken traffic light at Odorkor.
He also donated wheelchairs to random physically-challenged persons on the streets.
The benevolent officer purchased canes and crutches as well for these people, some of whom he locates in various mosques and homes across the capital.
Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko Ekpeagba described these charitable acts as a manifestation of divine directions from God, which he receives in his dreams.
In other stories, Obeng Wilfred, a form two Science student of the Kumasi Anglican Secondary School who sat for the 2019 private West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has emerged with As in all eight subjects.
The brilliant teenager attained laudable scores in Core and Elective Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and English. Despite being in form two, he earned impressive scores following the release of the 2019 November/December WASSCE results.
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