The traditional leader was optimistic that activities of the organisation would positively affect the future livelihood of children in the community and it's environs.
XL TRUST AID is a non-governmental organisation aimed at supporting education of pupils as well as empowering women in helping improve their living standards.
Launching the NGO, Barima Kwabena Addo II commended management for their well thought ideas and indicated his outfit commitment to ensuring the visions and missions of the organisation is met.
He emphasised that, education is the only legacy one can leave a child and therefore stressed the need for an administration block where their activities can be managed from.
Media and Public Relations Officer, Madam Amewode Ayivi was grateful to the chief and his elders for their pledge and added that, the lease of the land would go a long way in ensuring the smooth running of the NGO activities.
She added that the office complex when built will serve as a point of call for all persons and individuals who will be seeking for support from the NGO without going through any stress.
Meanwhile, the NGO has already started it's operations as school uniforms and branded exercise books have been distributed to some brilliant but needy students within the district.
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