Kessben Outreach Foundation supports 63-year-old blind man with new house

As part of the Kessben outreach foundation’s benevolence, the foundation has supported 63-year-old blind man Opanin Samuel Akowua with a newly built single room at Akrofuom near Obuasi in the Ashanti region.

Before the gesture, the blind poor man who has been living with the infirmity for twenty years now was staying in a heated mud structure making life unbearable for him and his daughter with two grandchildren.

It was exciting with dumfounding experience from neighbors when the Kessben foundation handed the facility to the old blind man. The new house presented to the blind man in presence of Assemblymember of the area, relatives, and neighbors is also is furnished by the foundation at a cost of GHS 35,000.

It contains a brand new bed with 8 inches Latex foam mattress, two durable plastic chairs, a modernized solar power radio set, brand new men’s shirts, and sandals.

Food items and other assorted drinks were added, with a pledge from Mr. Samuel Adu Boakye on behalf of the foundation to give a Television set and fridge later as requested by Opanin Samuel Akowua.

The 63-year-old blind man Opanin Samuel Akowua who couldn’t hide his joy after the presentation heaped praises on the Kessben outreach foundation for such generosity.

Speaking to one Alberta Mensah, a good Samaritan who through her effort connected the poor blind man to the foundation after narrating the genesis of the story expressed her gratitude to the Kessben outreach foundation for the support.

Assemblymember for the area and some of the neighbors for their side commended Lawyer Stephen Boateng and the entire Kessben outreach foundation for such a kind gesture.

Source: Kessben Newsroom/Osempakani Sampson


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