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NPP-USA Youth Wing Donates Food Items to 50 Widows

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PIX: Danny Opoku Antwi, NPP USA youth organiser with arms on the necks of two widows as well as the Deputy Secretary for NPP-USA branch in a pose with the widows during the presentation ceremony at the Harvesters Evangelistic Ministries church.


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THE YOUTH Wing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) branch in the United States of America (USA) has showered kindness to over 50 widows and widowers at the Harvesters Evangelistic Ministries in Bantama.

Each of the beneficiaries had a bag of rice, cooking oil, sardines with some bars of soap to wash at the house.

Presenting the items to the lucky beneficiaries during the Palm Sunday church service, Danny Opoku Antwi, Youth Organiser of NPP-USA said the wing sees widows as special people who need constant care.

‘’We decided to share what we have with widows and for us they are special people who need our constant if not daily care and support to make their lives better’’, the Youth Organiser stated.

Other Speakers:

Mr Emmanuel Mensah, Deputy Secretary for NPP-USA branch commended the Youth Wing for the gesture.

Such benevolent acts, he noted, makes widows feel loved and realize that society has not left them to their fates.

On her part, Mrs Josephine Agyekum Wallace, Deputy Managing Director for Precious Minerals and Marketing Company (PMMC) thanked the NPP wing for such a kind gesture.

She asked God to grant the widows and widowers long life so they could impart the wisdom they had acquired from life lessons to them.


Mr Edwin Amankwa, a 65 year old widower blessed the NPP USA youth wing for their thoughts and kindness.

He noted the items received would make their lives less burdensome, revealing that sometimes they struggled to eat.

Mary Amponsah, a 61 year old widow, said the youth wing had shown humane character and prayed for God to bless the work of their hands.

She noted that the rations were timely and would help them feed the rest of the week ahead of them.

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,


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