Kessben Outreach Foundation goes to the aide of people of Dabang after drinking the same water with animals for over 50 years

The Kessben Outreach Foundation a subsidiary of the Kessben Group has built a mechanized borehole for the people of the Dabang in the Sekyere East District of the Ashanti region.

The people of the small community which is not far from the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi had been drinking from the same water with animals like cows for the past 50 years.

As self-explanatory, a little act of kindness matters thus the foundation could not sit but reach out to the people f Dabang after learning of their water situation.

The general manager of the foundation, Sammy Adu Boakye had this to say after the foundation completed the construction of a mechanized borehole for the Dabang community.

For over fifty years, this has been the source of drinking water for the village of Dabang in the sekyere east district of ashanti region about 100 km from ksi.

Population is about 800 people…. I ask if these are all part of Ghana.

Ask how much it cost to build a borehole for them to get clean drinking water.

Thanks to you all… clean water has been provided to bring some dignity in the lives of these people.

Kessben Outreach Foundation, little acts of kindness


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