- Police officer, Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko, donated a wheelchair to a physically challenged woman, aged 55
- He undertook the kind gesture to aid the woman to move around at home and perform other activities with less difficulty
- The kind officer urged the government and the public to support the deprived, especially persons living with disabilities
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A Ghanaian police officer, Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko, has once again shown kindness as he donated a wheelchair to a physically challenged woman.
The junior police officer with the Accra Regional Police Command presented the wheelchair to a 55-year-old physically impaired woman to aid her mobility.
The mobility aid will help lessen her challenge with moving around at home and undertake other activities with ease.
Pulse Ghana reports that Lance Corporal Agbeko has called on the Government of Ghana and the public to support the deprived in society to help ameliorate their plight, especially persons living with disabilities.
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Lance Corporal Agbeko is famed for his generous deeds as he has donated pairs of crutches to physically challenged persons, fixed broken bridges and poor roads in Accra in the past to prevent road accidents.
Police Officer Grabs Humanitarian Award
Not long ago, he received another humanitarian award as the Best Civil Servant for the year 2021 from the Humanitarian Global Awards.
The 2021 edition of the Humanitarian Awards Global took place at the Labadi Beach Hotel under the theme Celebrating Changemakers.
Humanitarian Awards Global is organised every year to recognise and celebrate individuals, volunteer leaders, NGOs, companies, philanthropists, corporations, and professionals for their enormous contributions to society.
Despite Donates to Widows and Orphans to Mark His 60th Birthday
Also, business magnate Dr Osei Kwame Despite has donated 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, commemorated his 60th birthday on February 2.
In celebration of the milestone, he visited his hometown, where he gifted GHc100,000 to the community.
Ghanaian Couple Given GHc3600, Assorted Items
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian couple Juana Antwi and her pensioner husband Peter Afriyie Kwarteng, who welcomed quadruplets after 15 years of marriage, has received help.
Juana, 46, and her 66-year-old husband welcomed the quads, two males and two females, on Monday, October 4, 2021, through a caesarean section. The pair had since been struggling to provide for the four babies.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Juana expressed excitement about becoming a first-time mother but noted that they need help to make ends meet.
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