- Henry Quartey has ordered the monthly transfer of GHc1,500 from his salary into the account of veteran actor, Psalm Adejetyfio, effective September 2021
- The Greater Accra Regional Minister responded to the call of the Ga Dangme Youth Association to help the actor who was on the verge of becoming homeless
- It comes after a video of the actor appealing for financial assistance to pay his rent went viral
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The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, has ordered that Ghc1,500.00 is paid to actor, Psalm Adejetyfio, as a monthly stipend from his salary for his duration in Parliament.
A few days ago, a video of the veteran actor appealing for assistance to raise GHc3,000 to pay his house rent went viral, following media reports.
Psalm Adjeteyfio, famed as TT for his role in the hit comedy series, Taxi Driver, indicated that he was on the verge of being rendered homeless.
The Greater Accra Regional Minister joined the list of well-wishers who have offered emotional and financial support to Psalm Adejeteyfio.
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Plea for help
Henry Quartey responded to the call of the Ga Dangme Youth Association, who implored him to help Adjeteyfio, as he pledged to financially support the veteran actor with a monthly stipend of Ghc1,500 from his salary.
The minister's pledge follows Vice President Dr Bawumia's cash donation of Ghc50,000 to the actor.
McDan is also reported to have given Adjeteyfio Ghc5,000.00, while Ayisha Modi, through Rev Obofour, promised to build a house for him.
Ghanaian Girl Giving Shoes to Poor Kids in Villages in Ghana
Meanwhile, a 12-year-old Ghanaian in Chicago, Kerry Koranteng, has impacted the lives of deprived children in Ghana by providing them with shoes to prevent them from walking barefooted.
Through her foundation, Kerry K Foundation, and with support from a local nonprofit, the tweenager sends the shoes she collects back home in Ghana to cover the feet of underprivileged children.
Koranteng told CBS News that she was inspired by a trip to visit her family in Ghana when she was eight years old.
Woman Gives Lunch to Pupils in Volta School
Also, a social media user from Omaha, Nebraska, Michelle Troxclair, has put smiles on the faces of students at a school in the Volta Region.
Troxclair and her team went to the school to deliver school supplies and backpacks to the students to help them in their studies, she said in a Facebook post.
The team also provided the pupils with lunch to liven their day, as they shared joyful moments with the school children.