Mepe which was affected by flood received various relief items from business magnate the CEO of Heavenly Gift of Joy, Mrs Veronica Theresa Casely-Hayford following the flooding of various communities after the spillage of the Akosombo Dam.

The CEO made these comments when her foundation went to Mepe in the Volta region to donate several items that amounted to millions of Ghana Cedis.

The items include:
4 Deep freezers,55 bags of cement ,Packets of roofing sheets,6 pieces Knap-sack spraying machines,Bags of fertilizer,500 bags of sachet water, Gas cylinders, Cooking utensils, toiletries, foods and several bottles drinks. Several seedlings and seeds for farmers to begin farming.

Mrs Veronica Theresa Casely-Hayford also fully paid for 20 youths who are learning trade such as Hairdressing, seamstress, event Decorators and others within the Mepe community with the aim of bettering the future these young ones.

She further paid for 500 people to get registered onto the national health insurance scheme in order to access health care.

Finally, 15 fish mongers whose business were destroyed during the Akosombo dam spillage were also given GH 2000 Cedis each to begin their business once again.

Presenting the items on behalf of the CEO, Mrs Priscilla Ababio-Kusi said, the donation was in fulfillment of a promise they made when the foundation first visited Mepe community during the flood that they would surely come back and support the less privilege and those who have lost their properties through the Akosombo dam spillage.

Finally,the foundation reassured Mr Patrick Agbovitor of her support in making sure that he successfully completed his tertiary education at Pharmatrust Professional Collage which through the intervention intervention Mrs Veronica Theresa Casely-Hayford got his fees paid to further his education at the tertiary.

Mankrado of Mepe traditional area, Togbe Mankrado Kwasi Nego VI, who received the items on behalf of the people expressed his gratitude to the Heavenly Gift of Joy foundation for such a wonderful care shown to them and pray for long life and prosperity for the ECO of the foundation and the entire staff

Togbe Mankrado Kwasi Nego VI further used the opportunity to appeal to well meaning Ghanaians and philanthropists to emulate the footsteps of the foundation and come to the aide of the people of Mepe since all is not well with them.

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