Ghanaian actress Kisa Gbekle has shown off her kind heart by winning the heart of many Ghanaians.
On Thursday, January 2, 2020, the beautiful actress decided to open the year with a philanthropic gesture.
Kisa stormed the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Children's Block to warm the hearts of many by making some donations.
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The actress has released beautiful photos and videos on her official Instagram donating assorted products to the hospital.
According to Kisa, Thursday's donations was the fifth time she has donated to the hospital's children's block.
Captioning the photos and videos she released, Kisa wrote, "Before I post again about my 5th time donation to Korlebu Teaching Hospital kids wards . Let me thank my beautiful souls who took time out to make this special. I appreciate you all."
As expected social media users have extended their compliments to her for her kind gesture.
@yungbarrista_b admired Kisa: "You got a heart of gold . May the prayers of those kids locate you always."
@dilliansimpson18 commented: "Great gesture you are appreciated."
@lakeamanfo: "Proud of you my love."
@aku_sikah: "God richly bless you mum."
@amg_gunshotofficial: "God bless you for this initiative."
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