- Agnes Mba is a class 1 pupil at Dasabligo Primary School in Nabdam District in the Upper East Region
- Although she was not born with a disability, the girl lost the ability to walk when she was younger and has been crawling
- After the story was shared on social media, Dr Kofi Amoah saw it and decided to help Agnes out financially with GHc 25k
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Popular Ghanaian business mogul and philanthropist, Dr Kofi Amoah, has promised to give a whopping GHc25,000 to a girl whose story was earlier published by YEN.com.gh.
In the publication, it was indicated that the schoolgirl named Agnes Mba is a class one pupil at Dasabligo Primary School in Nabdam District in the Upper East Region.
It was reported that Mba was not born originally disabled but she lost the effective use of her lower limbs at the age of three months, which delayed her enrolment in school.
How Kofi Amoah saw the story
One of the leaders of the Fix The Country movement on Twitter, Kalyjay shared screenshots of the story on his handle, seeking financial support for the young girl with the hashtag #HelpAgnesNow
Not long after, Dr Kofi Amoah retweeted the post with the comment that he would love to help Agnes Mba because of her exemplary perseverance.
"@gyaigyimii please see me for my GHS 25,000 donation to help assist Agnes, a light of hope for shining a path for the hope of all. God bless you Agnes, your perseverance must affect and infect all of us to do better!" he said.
See the post below:
In another interesting report, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Junior, the CEO of Kantanka Group as well as Kantanka Automobiles has asserted that his franchise can build complete bullion vans within 5-7 weeks.
This comes weeks after a robbery attack took place on a bullion van at Korle Bu, in which the police officer in charge was shot and killed on the spot, sparking calls for bulletproof vans to be used instead.
Speaking in an interview with TV3 Ghana, Kwadwo Safo indicated that a lot goes into the production of bullion vans and five to seven weeks is enough time for him to get the job done.
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