First Lady Shows Love To Orphans

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As Christians turn the corner to Easter, the First Lady, Mrs. Lordina Mahama has made a donation of items to inmates of the Osu Children’s Home, in Accra, and the Christ Faith Foster Home at Frafraha, also in Accra. Mrs. Mahama says Easter is a time to show love and hopes this package will make the children feel loved and enjoy the season.

DSC_7827One of the main focuses of the Lordina Foundation is to help underprivileged children in less developed areas of the country, especially the needy.

Mrs. LordinaMahama, through the Lordina Foundation, has adopted seven orphanages across the country among them are the Osu Children’s home and Christ Faith Foster Home. She is a regular visitor to the homes to see to their welfare.

Ahead of Easter, she donated assorted items including rice, milk, sugar and some money to inmates at the Osu Children’s home.
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The mother of the home, Madam Sharon Abbey, the staff and the children were grateful to Mrs. Mahama for her kind gesture. Mrs. Mahama then inspected a children?s block being constructed for toddlers at the home. This initiative is being facilitated by the Lordina Foundation and supported by the GETFUND.

The facility, when complete, would provide housing and classroom for the children. The contractor assured that barring any hitches, the project would be completed by the middle of this year. Mrs. Mahama urged them to work hard to complete the project on schedule.

The children at the Christ Faith Foster Home, at Frafraha, in Greater Accra also got their share of the goodies. ?

The First Lady said she is visiting the children, as part of her commitment in ensuring that they feel loved and cared for, especially during this Easter season.

During her interaction with the children, she commended the staff for doing a good job in caring for their charges, and urged them to continue, since their labour will not be in vain.

The leadership of the home showed their appreciation to Mrs. Mahama and thanked her for keeping them in her thoughts. They said the items would go a long way to put a smile on the faces of the children during Easter.

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