Otumfuo Donates Food To Sick People At Government Hospitals: "I Wanted To Have Lunch With Them"

Otumfuo Donates Food To Sick People At Government Hospitals: "I Wanted To Have Lunch With Them"

  • A video of a donation exercise organised by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has popped up on social media
  • The video captured some men and women giving packs of food to sick people at government hospitals on behalf of the King
  • Netizens who saw the post were impressed by this great act of benevolence executed by the Asantehene

Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has demonstrated compassion and generosity by donating food to sick people at various government hospitals in Kumasi.

The donation was carried out by some men and women on behalf of the King.

Otumfuo donates food to 10K sick people at government hospitals
Photos of Otumfuo Image credit: @Opemsuo Radio
Source: Facebook

Speaking on the motive behind the exercise, the people who represented the King indicated that Otumfuo wanted to have lunch with these sick persons.

However, since he could not be there in person, he opted to express his empathy to them by providing those meals.

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Watch the video below:

Otumfuo marks 25 years of being on the throne

Otumfuo is commemorating 25 years as Asantehene. As part of the anniversary celebration, the revered King organised various activities, including holding durbars at the Manhyia palace.

He invited renowned personalities, including the Ga Mantse King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, to help him celebrate his anniversary.

Among the activities was this donation exercise, which aimed to put smiles on the faces of many sick people.

Netizens react to Otumfuor’s gesture

Netizens who saw the video were delighted as they took to the comment section to praise Otumfuo for the gesture.


"God bless our King forever."

@Sir Randy Collins wrote:

"Our adorable King."

@thelivinglegend055 wrote:

"God bless the king."

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@Prof-Dav wrote:

"Ohhhhh God waawww."

@nanayawboamah27 wrote:

"Awwww this is so beautiful and caring."

@msafo3 wrote:

"He started doing it long time."

@omono asamoah wrote:


Otumfuo Foundation: 13-year-old delights as she gets GH¢135,000 for excelling in Spelling Bee

In an earlier publication, YEN.com.gh reported that the Otumfuo Osei Tutu II Foundation has donated $10,000, equivalent to GH¢135,000, to 13-year-old Abena Kesswa Kwaffo.

The donation was made to the KNUST Junior High School students for emerging as the second-runner-up in the National Spelling Bee competition.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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