Ghana Military Police officers and friends make massive donation to the poor and needy

Ghana Military Police officers and friends make massive donation to the poor and needy

- Some officers of the Ghana Military Police have provided free warm meals and donated to street kids and deprived people

- The officers, under the auspices of Bless My Community Foundation in collaboration with Bempi Foundation made the kind donations

- They also visited Dzorwulu Special School and Trinity Home Academy in Eastern region

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Kind-hearted officers of the Ghana Military Police have provided free warm meals and made remarkable donations to some deprived people on the streets of under-served communities in Accra and some selected orphanages.

The military officers made the donation under the auspices of Bless My Community Foundation in collaboration with Bempi Foundation.

The joint benevolent gesture saw the two foundations donate food and clothes to some needy persons in poor communities.

Some reports confirm the team has been undertaking the exercise of donating to homes for the past six years, giving out free warm, healthy foods and clothes to people in the villages.

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However, the two foundations decided to expand to reach out to persons as they visited Dzorwulu Special School and Trinity Home Academy in Eastern Region to make appreciable donations on December, 2. 2019.

Subsequently, on December 25, the group organised a food festival to feed people on the street, starting from Achimota overhead and moving across major streets in Accra.

They also visited Osu to donate bags to school kids and other learning essentials they can use to study.

Inspiring images of their work have been shared and YEN.com.gh has sighted the admirable photos shared by Crabbita Media Consult.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghana’s former head of state and the first president of the 4th Republic, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, made history and won the hearts of many when he reportedly soloed and flew a jet under the Adomi Bridge in 1979.

Prior to attaining that feat, Flt. Jerry John Rawlings graduated as the best cadet in flying and airmanship in 1969, winning the coveted ‘Speed Bird Trophy’ as the best cadet in flying the Su-7 ground attack supersonic jet aircraft for his year group.

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