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Ibrahim Mahama donates to visually impaired pensioners, St. James Catholic Church

The Chief Executive Officer of Engineers & Planners Ltd, Mr. Ibrahim Mahama has donated food items to the visually impaired workers who have gone on retirement.

The items included 100 bags of rice, 720 bottles of cooking oil, 720 cans of mackerel, and 720 cans of tomato paste. This is to support the visually impaired whose movement and livelihood have been affected by Coronavirus pandemic because they are unable to move about freely due to the need for social distancing and other restrictions imposed by the government.

The donation was done on behalf of Mr. Ibrahim Mahama by his aide Rafik Mahama. The board chairman of the Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations (GFDO), Mr. Yaw Ofori Debrah who received the items on behalf of the Federation thanked Business magnate for his continuous support to the visually impaired society.

He recounted how Mr. Ibrahim Mahama came to their aid last year when he donated GH¢22,000 to support the welfare of the visually impaired pensioners. He said, the pandemic has affected the movement of their members, and the donation by Mr. Ibrahim Mahama will help greatly in alleviating the plight of the members.

Mr. Ibrahim Mahama also made a second donation to St. James Catholic Church-Osu. He donated 50 bags of rice, 360 cans of Mackerel, 360 cans of tomato paste, and 360 bottles of cooking oil.

This is to help the community through the church. The food items will be distributed to the individual’s homes by the church. This is done to avoid people crowding in one place in order to receive food items.

The business magnate has made a series of donations since the pandemic started in March. He has donated food items to various communities and groups across the country. This is to cushion the vulnerable in society at this difficult time.

Source: Kasapa FM

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