As part of activities to mark her 66th birthday, the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, donated some items to the Chance for Children home at Amasaman on Sunday.

The international Non-Governmental Organisation, which is co-operated by a Ghanaian and a Swiss, seeks to among other things, reintegrate street children with their families.

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Speaking during the delivery of the items, the first lady assured the institution of more support from her husband, President Akuffo-Addo as well as the ruling government.

“I know things are not easy for places like this in getting assistance but God has been good to me, I am 66 years old today. I pray God blesses all of you and that you also enjoy all the things I have brought to you.”

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I bring greetings from the President, Nana Akuffo Addo. He is also thinking of places like this, and I am sure that there will be some help one of these days, she added.

Among the items, she donated were bags of rice, oil, diapers, shoes, Milo, and tissue papers. 

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The Director of the orphanage, Awuley Nartey, thanked the First Lady and assured her of the institution’s commitment to better cater for the children.

By: Felicia Osei/citifmonline.com/Ghana

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