- The Secretary of State of the United States of America, Mike Pompeo, has lauded the efforts of a Ghanaian philanthropist, Elijah Addo
- Elijah, through the Food4All COVID-19 Community Emergency Intervention programme, provides food for those affected by the COVID-19
- Pompeo's words followed a post about Addo by the US embassy in Ghana
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An alumnus of the Young African Leaders Initiative, Elijah Addo, has been praised by officials of the United States of America (USA) for his charitable deeds.
YEN.com.gh has learned that Addo launched the Food4All COVID-19 Community Emergency Intervention programme to provide support for those affected by the virus.
His works caught the attention of officials of the United States embassy in Ghana, who lauded him for his efforts.
The post by the US embassy in Ghana attracted the attention of the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, who also praised Addo for his good deeds.
Taking to social media to express his appreciation, Addo stated that “messages like this from leaders gives us the encouragement to keep up pushing the vision for a more efficient and sustainable means of nutrition through the Food For All Africa model.
However the work we do would never be possible without the support of corporate bodies and individuals across Ghana and the work.
We are in this together...Thanks to all who have been supporting us to provide support to the vulnerable across Ghana around these times.
#Food4All is still a shared social responsibility.”
In other news, John Dumelo has donated massively to all mosques at the Ayawaso West Consistency to help them during the Ramadan celebrations amid the COVID-19 hardships.
The popular Ghanaian icon made the information public on his personal Twitter handle in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh
According to John, the items donated comprised sugar, rice, oil, tins of milk and boxes of tea, all of which were shared across every mosque in the constituency.
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