Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, Chief of Staff, dedicated her Christmas to delivering pleasure and assistance to the children of the Assurance of Hope Orphanage in Teshie, Accra.
Among the excitement and pleasure of the Christmas season, Osei-Opare opted to aid the less fortunate, representing the genuine spirit of the season – charity and compassion.
She was joined by her close family members and Bernard Okoe Boye, the CEO of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) and the New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary candidate in the Ledzokuku Constituency.
Pearson Maths textbooks for lower primary students (10 boxes), Maths Teachers Resource pallet counts (10 boxes), 25kg (55) bags of rice (20 bags), packs of assorted soft drinks, toilet rolls and hand soap, boxes of soap and other detergents, 200 packs of sachet water, and boxes of biscuits were all donated by Osei-Opare.
She also interacted with the youngsters, brightening their days and leaving them with fond memories.
Enoch Yartey Quaye Mensah, the founder and director of Assurance of Hope Orphanage, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the top government official for her kindness and continuous support.
She promised to be a lifetime patron of the orphanage, providing continued assistance for the well-being and future of these youngsters.
To make the day even more wonderful, Osei-Opare gave the youngsters to a delicious meal at the La Palm Beach Hotel following the donation. As the youngsters had a fantastic time together, their laughter and delight rang through the air.
The orphanage has been in operation for 19 years.