- Pat & Partners International, led by Dr Brainerd Anani has made a massive donation to a Ghanaian orphanage for kids living with HIV
- This was part of Operation Random Acts of Kindness (OP RAK) modelled after the life of Jesus Christ
- A special gift was also donated to Mrs Lydia Azumah, the mother of the Orphanage for the wonderful work done to take care of the children
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Brainerd Anani, a benevolent doctor has led his foundation, Pat & Partners International, to bless an orphanage in Ghana meant purposely for kids living with HIV.
In partnership with Fiona Care Foundation, Pat and Partners Intl had their annual program dubbed Operation Random Acts of Kindness, at Motherly Love Foundation, Kwabenya.
In a disclosure to YEN.com.gh, Dr Brainerd Anani indicated that the Motherly love foundation was chosen this year as a project site as it is uniquely placed to receive the interventions that Pat and Partners and Fiona Care Foundation provide.
It is indicated that the activities that took place included a fashion show, dancing competition between charity organisations and the kids, donations, buffet lunch, face painting, kids playhouse including bouncy castles, and the like.
The items donated also included bags of rice, cooking oil, clothes, toiletries, sanitary pads, indomie, sardines, drinks, milk, milo, tea bags, biscuits, stationery items and many more all valued at Ghc4,000 and a cash amount of Ghc1,000.
A special gift was also donated to Mrs Lydia Azumah, the mother of the Orphanage for the wonderful work done to take care of the children.
Speaking about how the kind gesture originated, the benevolent doctor explained:
"Operation Random Acts of Kindness (OP RAK) is modelled after the life of Jesus Christ, who went around doing good. We do random acts of kindness in our daily lives but we come together towards the end of the year to execute projects that identifies with the vision of the foundation.
"OP RAK started in 2019 when members of Pat and Partners Int. visited Suaman Dadieso in the Western North region of Ghana and provided free breast screening to the inhabitants there and also provided free National Health Insurance Cards for some 200 people in the town".
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Godfred Boateng, a 15-year-old young man from Maame Krobo who schools at, Krachi District in the Oti Region is fast going viral for exhibiting extreme talent in arts.
According to a report that was captured by peacefmonline.com, the teenager creates buildings using paper cards and dreams of becoming an architect when he grows older.
It is reported that Godfred was able to create exact replicas of highly prominent structures including the Jubilee House, the State House, the E-Blocks and many more.
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