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Kessben Outreach Foundation provides capital for a widow of 8 years to start business

The Kessben Outreach Foundation has provided business capital for a widow of 8 years.

According to the widow whose husband left behind three children, she needed only GHC100 to revive her defunct salt business.

After her plea to the Kessben Outreach Foundation, the foundation opened an account for her at Multi Credit Savings and Loans limited loaded and loaded the account in multiple of what she pleaded for.

“A widow of eight years with three kids needed only 100 Cedis to invest into her salt hawking… she ended up getting an amount she’s never heard her entire life…..Kessben Outreach Foundation, little acts of kindness. When she was called to open a bank account, she preferred to come to our station because she didn’t believe it,… In her tears I could hear” Today me too have entered a bank” . Thanks to all who support us to do more. God bless you, your work and families. SAB impacts.” General manager of the Foundation, Sammy Adu Boakye said.


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