Kind Ghanaian Man Based In US Pays GH₵14,800 To Release 2 Nsawam Minor Prisoners Ahead Of Christmas

Kind Ghanaian Man Based In US Pays GH₵14,800 To Release 2 Nsawam Minor Prisoners Ahead Of Christmas

  • Ghanaian philanthropist Nana Tea has facilitated Mr Cletus' GH₵14,800 donation to release prisoners facing financial struggles
  • The funds, GH₵14,200 for fines and GH₵300 each for transportation, aided two individuals—one involved in a family fight and another facing legal consequences for protecting his farm
  • Speaking to, Nana Tea expressed gratitude, throwing light on Mr. Cletus's compassionate impact on those spared from incarceration

Ghanaian philanthropist Nana Tea facilitated a generous act of compassion on behalf of Mr. Cletus, a Ghanaian based in the US. Mr. Cletus contributed GH₵14,800 to assist prisoners facing incarceration due to financial constraints.

Nana Tea, overseeing the disbursement of funds, mentioned, "He gave me GH₵14,200 to release two prisoners."

The first individual had been involved in a physical altercation with his siblings, resulting in injuries. The second had taken drastic measures to protect his farm, leading to legal consequences.

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US-based Mr Cletus helps 2 prisoners
Mr Cletus in the US helps release two prisoners in Ghana Photo credit: Nana Tea
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Both prisoners were granted freedom after Mr. Cletus settled their fines. Additionally, each released individual received GH₵300 from Mr. Cletus to cover transportation costs back to their respective destinations.

Expressing gratitude for the philanthropic act, Nana Tea spoke about the positive impact on the lives of those affected.

Talking to, he remarked,

"We are sincerely thankful to Mr. Cletus for his compassion and support in facilitating the release of these individuals. His generosity has made a meaningful difference in the lives of the two former prisoners."

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