Yesterday Asempa FM started a fund raising campaign for a 13-year old boy who had been knocked down by a car. According to OB of ‘Ekosii Sen’ in narrating the story, the boy went out to buy something food only to be knocked down by a car leading to his legs being broken. In an update today, OB revealed that 35,000 cedis had been raised since the call for funds.
The parents who were enthralled by the amount used the occasion to thank Ghanaians who contributed. As discussions were going on today, Thursday, June 3, 2021, the Minister of Roads and Highway called in into the show. Hon. Kwesi Amoako-Atta sympathized with the family. He was of all praise for the boy who after the knockdown was still worried about who will play the drums for his church while he remained down.
The Minister called on prayers for the child so that God heals him. According to the minister he is with a legal firm that renders services to GTP. He added that GTP presented payment for services rendered 3 days ago. He noted that the amount is 26, 620 cedis. He explained that he felt touched and was ready to add over 3,000 thousand cedis to that amount and give to the operation of the boy.
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