Crime Check Foundation gives 100 mattresses to prisoners

Crime Check Foundation gives 100 mattresses to prisoners

- The founder and leader of Crime Check Foundation has given 100 beds to Ghanaian prisoners without any

- This was in a quick response to an appeal by the Director-General of the Prisons Service to the foundation for assistance

- Just 3 days later, the team leader granted the request with the several dozens of beds

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Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the founder and leader of Crime Check Foundation has donated 100 mattresses to prisoners in Ghana who unfortunately have no beds.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of the Crime Check TV GH, it is indicated that the Prisons Service made the request on the foundation.

According to the report, the Director-General of the Prisons Service met with the Crime Check Foundation just three days earlier, appealing for help as many prisoners had no beds to lay their heads on.

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It is such a heartwarming scene to witness the quick response of the charity foundation to the quest as photos of the dozens of mattresses were captured and shared.

Ibrahim, the leader, used the opportunity to express immense gratitude to all the donors who have been funding the Crime Check Foundation.

The profound gesture garnered many positive reactions on social media:

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According to Igp Saint Nelly, the foundation is doing a great job and deserve every measure of support:

Joana Akanlu prayed for God to bless the foundation and all its donors:

Appiah Gifty actually begged everyone to support the amazing works of the foundation by subscribing to their channel

In a separate report, following the untimely demise of popular Kumawood actor Bernard Nyarko, Ghanaians have drawn attention to sick renowned actor Emmanuel Armah.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Enkasa GH, pictures of Emmanuel Armah were shared along with the question of whether the country would wait until the unfortunate happens to him before showering praises.

The call seems to be laudable as the popular veteran actor Emmanuel Armah has been sick since 2017 and out of the scenes completely.

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