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Kumasi Children’s Home Receive Christmas Gifts


The Ghana Association of Chinese Societies and Royal Gates Produce Company, have donated assorted items to the Kumasi Children’s Home in continuous effort to enhance the friendly relationship between Ghana and China.

China 2.jpg19933 The items included LED Television sets, standing fans, footballs, Christmas trees, detergents, and food items such as cooking oil, bags of rice, chocolate, and assorted drinks.

Presenting the items on behalf of the Association, Mr Wang Sheng, Political Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy, praised the long-standing relationship between Ghana and China.

“The Christmas gift sent by uncles and aunties from Ghana Association of Chinese Societies will not only improve the facilities of Kumasi Children’s Home, but will also create a better environment for study and recreation for the children. From the smiling faces of boys and girls, I can see the happiness and hope you have brought them,” Mr Wang said.

Mr Wang said with more than five decades of friendship between China and Ghana, the recent Summit on the Forum for China-African Cooperation in South Africa would bring more growth to this cooperation.

“I am deeply convinced that the follow-up actions of the summit will inject new impetus into our mutually beneficial cooperation,” he added.

Mr Stephen Shum, Vice-President of Ghana Association of Chinese Societies, said the Association, which was established in 2013, aims to promote continuous development of the friendly relations between Ghana and China.

“We also encourage Chinese living in Ghana to live in friendship with Ghanaian people, guiding members of our association to participate in the social public welfares as well as all undertakings of our association,” he said.

Mr Shum said members of the Association are supporting and returning to local communities and society the profit made from their business operations.

“As Christmas is approaching, our association wishes to extend loving hearts to the children from Kumasi Children’s Home and to celebrate together with the lovely children a Happy Christmas,” Mr said.

Mrs Linda Osei, a Social Worker at the Home, expressed appreciation to the society for the presentation.

She said the Home currently catered for 102 inmates, comprising babies, toddlers as well as grown- ups.

Source: GNA

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