- Abdulai, a resident of the Northern Region in Ghana, bet GHc2.00 on 15 legs and won GHc15,790.37 after participating
- The company added GHc25,266.60 by a 60% betPawa Win Bonus, increasing the young man's winning cash
- betPawa's new Win BIG, Give Back initiative saw the betting company hand Abdulai a further GHc45,000 to support any local cause of his choosing
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There are still angels in human form. Abdulai, the winner of betPawa BIG, is following his desire of helping the underprivileged after winning over GHc25,266.60.
Abdulai, who is based in the Northern Region of Ghana, staked GHc2.00 on 15 legs and won GHc15,790.37. The company added GHc25,266.60 by a 60% betPawa Win Bonus.
According to Ameyaw Debrah, the kind-hearted young man has dedicated half of his winnings to those less fortunate.
Police officer who fixed traffic lights with own money gives wheelchair to 54-year-old 'disabled' woman
The betting company also presented Abdulai with an extra amount of GHc45,000 to support any local cause of his choosing. Abdulai wants the money to go to a dialysis patient who had been waiting on a kidney transplant.
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''I will 1,000% use this opportunity from betPawa to help this man. Honestly, my heart bleeds when I see people go through challenges in terms of health,'' he said, according to Ameyaw Debrah.
The electrical engineer desires to put smiles on the faces of the sick to make them feel better.
Policeman who Fixed Traffic Lights Donates Wheelchair to 54-Year-Old Physically Challenged Woman
Everyone deserves help, especially the deprived. And Ghanaian police officer Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko has once again shown kindness to a physically challenged woman.
Charlotte Anyitei, age 54, became paralysed at age six after a complicated medical procedure that left her in a sorry state.
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German-based Lord's Peace Foundation has donated a wheelchair to the 'disabled' woman via the police officer who is with the Accra Regional Police Command.
Despite Donates Cash, TV, Fridges, Other Items to Widows and Orphans to Mark His 60th Birthday
Also, business magnate, Dr Osei Kwame Despite, has made a huge donation to residents of his hometown, Wiamoase in the Ashanti Region on his 60th birthday. The Ghanaian media colossus, who is famed for his philanthropic gestures, is commemorating his 60th birthday today, February 2, 2022.
In celebration of the milestone, Despite visited his hometown, where he gifted GHc100,000 to the community.
Other donated items Aside from the huge amount, the CEO and founder of Despite Group also presented items, including television sets, standing fans, clothes, bags of rice, cooking oil, burners, blenders, among others.
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