Following TV3’S report on the plight of Asabea Atupiri-Darko, a single mother with a 17-year-old son living with cerebral palsy, Klicks Africa Foundation, a non-governmental organization, has come to their aid.
The Foundation has paid an amount of GH¢7,200 for a two-year rent advance for both them.
TV3 on Sunday, May 17 aired the plight of the two after our reporter Esi Benewaa Otoo visited them on May 15, 2020 at their residence at Ashongman, a suburb of Accra.
One of their biggest worries was where to go because they were served with eviction notice and didn’t have any hope.
But that will not be a worry now as Klicks Africa Foundation, an NGO that trains youth with special needs in vocation skills, made a donation to cover their rent.
Presenting the cash to the two, Executive Director of Klicks Africa Foundation Mrs Mary Amoah Kuffuor indicated how she was touched by the report on TV3 especially in this Covid-19 period.
She expressed gratitude to all who contributed to make the donation possible.
Madam Asabea Atupiri-Darko and her son Caleb expressed gratitude for the gesture.
Others who want to remain anonymous have also made some cash donations.
Caleb is a football fanatic and would not miss any match featuring Asamoah Gyan.
He is also a passionate fan of the president and is he looking up to him for some support.