Impacting the lives of others could only come from a kind heart and these Ghanaians are among prominent personalities who reached out to humanity and made a difference in our world.
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Some of these human angels did good to others ranging from making cash donations, paying the fees of stranded students who had faced the challenge of not being able to enrol in the university to settling hospital bills and paying prison fines.
Christian Atsu, Nana Aba Anamoah, Yvonne Okoro, Jackie Appiah, Shatta Wale, Kwami Sefa Kayi and others made indelible impacts in lives of the deprived and persons who had faced major setbacks.
1: Christian Atsu
YEN.com.gh previously reported that in the next life, Christian Atsu should be an angel, as the Ghanaian international football star continues to touch lives with his humanitarian gestures.
Christian Atsu has an unquenchable desire to see prisoners freed and for the past years and in 2019, he has paid for the fines to have several prisoners freed.
Peter Ennin, a visually impaired prisoner, who had been jailed over a crime yet to be known was released after Christian Atsu paid his fine.
The Ghanaian footballing star has also made donations in cash and products to prisons and quite not long ago, he the university fess of Abdul Hamid Ibrahim, a young Ghanaian who had completed Senior Secondary School with 7As in WASSCE but the mother of the 17-year-old couldn't afford to pay for his tertiary education.
2: Nana Aba Anamoah
Television personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, recently had the surgery bill of an autistic child paid for by Ghana’s First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo.
According to the State of Affairs host, Rebecca Akufo-Addo came to her aid after she launched a campaign on behalf of Davelyn, an autistic child.
3: Jackie Appiah
Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah, also recently offered to sponsor an inmate at the Accra Borstal Institute through SHS.
Jackie had visited the borstal home to make a donation on her birthday and the actress made the offer in response to a request for help by officers at the institute.
4: Yvonne Okoro
Another Ghanaian actress who made a financial impact and placed cash where her heart belongs is Yvonne Okoro.
The screen goddess fulfilled her promise to the Black Queen during the WAFU Zone B competition after she jet off to Abidjan to motivate and support the Black Queens prior to their first encounter against Senegal at the Robert Champroux Stadium.
Yvonne promised to give the Black Queens $10,000 (GHC 530, 000) should they reach the semifinals of the WAFU Zone B competition, they did, and she fulfilled her promise.
5: Shatta Wale
Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, made a presentation to some farmers on the occasion of Farmers’ Day
He presented GHC150, 000 worth of electrical gadgets to them to farmers at the Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region.
And this cannot be complete without the names of Osei Kwame ‘Despite, Kwami Sefa Kayi, Afya Pokua, Juliet Ibrahim and other top stars who continue to make major live-changing impacts in the lives of people and in underserved communities.
Their legacies have been indelibly engraved in hearts where no one can undo and posterity will remember them kindly.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that amid the social stigma and stereotype against women who opt for or undergo caesarean section, a Ghanaian woman has died after her husband’s pastor allegedly advised against the surgery.
Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver babies.
The surgery is often necessary when a 'normal delivery' would put the baby or mother at risk.
Yaw Asamoah Akowuah, revealed via social media that: ''a friend lost the wife last week because at church, their pastor had told him not to allow the wife have CS.''
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