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Worawora District Women’s Ministry Donates To Volta School For The Deaf & Blind

The Worawora District Women’s Ministry in the Hohoe Area of The Church of Pentecost, as part of activities marking Ghana’s 65th Independence Day, has donated assorted items worth GH₵ 5,310.00 to the Volta School for the Deaf & Blind in Hohoe.

Among the various items donated were three (3) computers, stationeries, 80 bowls of maize, bags of gari, toiletries, 10 gallons of liquid soap, soaps, 26 bags of sachet water, clothing, among others.

Dr. Michael Mawuli Castro Cudjoe, Headmaster for the school, receiving the items on behalf of the students and staff, expressed his gratitude to the leadership of the church for remembering the students.

He said that the items will further boost the morale of the students and build up their confidence to study hard.

The students demonstrated their joy and gratitude through dancing in sign language.

Present at the ceremony were Mrs. Elizabeth Ahiakor (wife of the Hohoe Area Head), Mrs. Margaret Opata (wife of the Worawora District Minister), Deaconess Happy Osibi (Hohoe Area Women’s Ministry Leader), and her executives as well as the Worawora District Women’s Ministry Executives, among others.

Report by Pastor Alex Kojo Adjani (Area Media Committee Chairman).

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