Policeman who Fixed Traffic Lights Donates Wheelchair to 54-Year-Old Physically Challenged Woman

Policeman who Fixed Traffic Lights Donates Wheelchair to 54-Year-Old Physically Challenged Woman

  • Police officer Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko has embarked on another kind deed by donating a wheelchair to a physically challenged woman
  • He undertook the kind deed to aid the 54-year-old woman's mobility at home and perform other activities
  • The kind officer plans to embark on similar benevolent projects to help the poor, especially people living with disabilities

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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.

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.

Charlotte Anyitei (L), Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko (R)
Policeman who Fixed Traffic Lights Donates Wheelchair to 54-Year-Old Physically Challenged Woman. Photo credit: Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko
Source: UGC

The mobility aid will help lessen her challenge with moving around at home and undertaking other activities with ease.

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Call on government

Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Corporal Agbeko urged the government and the public to support the underprivileged in society to help ameliorate their plight. He further revealed that he has other projects in the pipeline to help the deprived.

''I don't plan on what do to. I follow what God tells me. This is like a calling and I find fulfillment in doing it. I'm happy when others are happy.
''I'll urge the government and other good people in society to help,'' he said.

Previous benevolent acts

The police officer is known for his benevolent projects toward the poor, especially persons living with disabilities.

Corporal Agbeko has fixed broken bridges and poor roads in Accra in the past to prevent road accidents.

Watch the video of his latest act of kindness below:

Police Officer Grabs Humanitarian Award

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Meanwhile, Corporal Agbeko has 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 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.

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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.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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