Multimedia Group’s Kumasi-centered Luv FM, has reached out to underprivileged persons in some deprived communities, with food to cushion them from the influence of the lock-down.
Beneficiaries, mainly mothers, at Asafo, Ayigya and Akwatia Line Bombay had been served warm meals, in addition to raw food tomato paste, canned fish and cooking oil.
The gesture was in response to a phone by the Social Welfare Division, for assist for head porters (Kayayei) and other avenue kids who are not able to have interaction in economic exercise because of to anti-Covid-19 steps.
The Metro Director of Social Welfare, Esther Nyarko, bemoaned the plight of the head porters and street small children who lived in tiny congested kiosks with their toddlers.
She said, “I want I acquire you through in which the ‘Kayayei’ are sleeping. A compact kiosk and about 10 people are residing in it with their babies. This has been their spot of abode and they pay back, and as for the food it has to trickle down.
“Food, drinking water, toilet, it has to trickle down. So on this note, I’m appealing to benevolent organisations, NGOs all all those who are prepared to guidance, I suggest your widow’s mite. A thing smaller will conserve a life.”
Luv fm responded with an charm for assist which yielded favourable final results.
Talking to David Akwerteh who is host of ‘Luv in the Morning’ on Luv FM, he expressed his satisfaction with the workout and appealed to other folks to do very same for the destitute in society.
“I’m enthusiastic to have been a section of this beautiful work out offering them some thing to eat at minimum this morning, and I glimpse ahead to carrying out these types of items just to give them a little something to place smiles on their faces.
“There are many others even now in require of meals through this lockdown, and your guidance will be welcome,” he reported.