2 disabled teenagers get new wheelchairs and cash donation from charity (photos)

2 disabled teenagers get new wheelchairs and cash donation from charity (photos)

- Two physically-challenged teenagers have benefited from the kind donation of a charity

- Hannah Toku and Justice Larbi received a new wheelchair each to aid their mobility

- De-Graft Johnson Foundation presented the gifts with cash and assorted drinks to the duo

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Love is the essence of life and one of the fulfilling gifts one could give to their neighbour, especially the deprived and people who are limited by their physical state.

In the spirit of showing unconditional love, De-Graft Johnson Foundation, a charity organisation, donated a new wheelchair to 13-year-old Hanna Toku, a physically-challenged girl on February 14, 2020.

The gift is to assist and make her movement less cumbersome.

In addition, Toku received books and other stationery to aid her studies, drinks, biscuits, water and a cash amount from the foundation.

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Prior to the kind donation to 13-year-old Hannah, De-Graft Johnson Foundation had previously given Justice Larbi at Adukrom Aprede, another physically-challenged teenager a wheelchair to aid his mobility.

Among the items donated to Justice was a brand new wheelchair to replace his old one, bags of rice, toiletries, drinks, and cash.

A post on the foundation’s social media page disclosed that the charity has adopted Justice and he will be provided with monthly stipends for his upkeep.

''The De-Graft Johnson Foundation this week made a donation to Justice Larbi at Adukrom Aprede. Among things donated to Justice where a brand new wheel chair to replace his old one, bags of rice, toiletries, drinks and cash. In addition, we at De-Graft Johnson Foundation have also adopted Justice and he will be on monthly upkeep money from the foundation, and we will also take care of his secondary education,''part of the post on social media read.

De-Graft Foundation expressed appreciation to all their donors who willingly gave to support the charity’s course.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that at 170 pounds, Young Gucci Mane is proof that when one puts effort at where they seek improvement, they could attain what initially seemed impossible.

When Gucci Mane first decided to lose weight, nobody knew about his desire to 'shred off' some pounds.

In just a year, he moved from 229 pounds to 170 pounds. And the young Black man appears to indicate that it doesn’t hurt.

However, he didn’t say it was an easy accomplishment. Unlike many who suggest a change in lifestyle to enable a big-time fat loss, Gucci Mane only indicated that attaining 170 pounds was the ''hardest flex I’ve been working on since leaving home for college.''

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