- Arnav Nambiar is working toward making life easy for people living with disabilities in Ghana
- He organized a charity event in Accra which saw many top personalities in attendance
- Arnav Nambiar runs his foundation with some friends who are in the same age bracket
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Arnav Nambiar, a 17-year-old student of Lincoln Community and founder of Limitless Foundation, has shown the way by doing his best to support persons living with disabilities in Ghana.
As a result of his thoughtfulness, Arnav in collaboration with his foundation, held a charity event at the Accra Polo Club to see out his vision.
Arnav's aim of hosting the event was to raise funds to support Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in the country.
A tournament was therefore quickly organised between members of the Accra Polo Club who split themselves into: Limitless Black team and limitless black team.
After the tournament came to an end, the winners were given plaques and souvenirs.
The Minister of Gender, Mrs Cynthia Mamle Morrison, the General Manager of Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Mr Manish Nambiar, the FDA Boss, Ms Delese Mimi Darko were among the top personalities that were at the event.
Mrs Cynthia Mamle Morrison applauded Arnav for always supporting PWDs and also organising the tournament.
The honorable minister encouraged PWDs not to feel inferior but get themselves involved with societal activities when the opportunity arises.
She went on to pledge government’s support to PWDs in the country, stating it will continue to provide job opportunities for them.
The Founder of Limitless, Arnav Nambiar, expressed excitement over the event, stating that the amount raised was good enough and therefore would go a long way to support the needs of the PWDs.
Being a victim of road accident in 2018, he explained his experience motivated him to support PWDs.
Limitless Ghana is a registered non-profit Foundation, founded in 2018 by Arnav Nambiar, a 17-year-old student of Lincoln Community School. Its members are Analise Awuah Darko,14-year-old student of Ghana International school and Raj Thakwani, also a 14-year-old student of Delhi Public School.
The main objective of Limitless Ghana is to create awareness about persons living with disabilities in Ghana and raise funds to support their needs.
Limitless Foundation partners with the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) and stands to engage with all disability-based organizations.
Meanwhile, the founder of the New Africa Foundation, Freedom Jacob Caesar, has donated a 2-Bedroom fully furnished home to 95-year-old Ghanaian WWII veteran, Private Joseph Hammond.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix's Instagram page, Freedom Jacob Caesar was seen presenting the house to Private Joseph Hammond.
After receiving the house, Private Joseph Hammond indicated that Freedom's kind gesture was the biggest surprise he has received in his 95 years on earth.
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