- A young Ghanaian by the name Abdul Samed Zurak has dedicated his life to fighting breast cancer in Ghana
- Abdul's foundation called the Zurak Cancer Foundation has engaged in several activities physically and through the media to educate people from different parts of Ghana
- The good works of the young man were praised by the Obama Foundation who indicated that Abdul is an Obama Leader
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Abdul Samed Zurak a young Ghanaian has dedicated his life to a foundation that is focused on educating Ghana and ultimately fighting breast cancer in the country.
An announcement of the young gentleman's project was made on the official Twitter handle of The Obama Foundation in which post, Abdul was hailed for his massive efforts.
The post reads:
"Beating cancer starts with knowledge. That’s why @abdul_zurak launched a foundation to educate people in Ghana about cancer and help them access care. On #WorldCancerDay, we're grateful for #ObamaLeaders like Abdul who are committed to finding solutions to fight cancer."
See the post below:
Abdul's foundation which is identified as the Zurak Cancer Foundation has engaged in several activities to educate Ghanaians at different regions of the country regarding the menacing disease.
Posts by the official Twitter handle of the foundation shows how extensively the young man has led his team to embark on the relentless mission of fighting breast cancer in Ghana.
It is also indicated that Abdul has taken the mission to the media, as he educates the public through traditional radio stations as well. Pictures of a physical meeting held for locals in a rural area have also been shared among many other activities.
See a post by the foundation below:
In other news, a team of seven talented kids of the Kristo Asafo Mission of Ghana has built a breathtaking version of the aeroplane car that was recently launched by the Kantanka group.
The young children who are all under the age of 12 gave a live demonstration on KTV’s popular TV program, ‘Kantanka Exclusive of how the aero-car can be controlled with a software.
Nana Kwame Opoku who is 12 years of age was the spokesperson for the group and he explained with great eloquence that the reason they decided to embark on the mini-project was to prove to the outside world that Africans are also capable of creating great things.
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