An international non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to ending poverty in Africa through assisting young people get access to quality education has put smiles on faces of inmates of the Mother of all Nations Nursery School.
Adompoja-Kinderhilfe, a German based NGO, has made it possible for over 130 deprived school kids within the Mother of all Nations Foundation Nursery School in Madina Zongo Community, a suburb of Accra, to enjoy a memorable day of fun, excitement and jubilation to mark the end of their longest school semester term for this year which began on May 2 and ended up in August 2, 2016.
It has sponsored everything from food, water, drink, biscuit, and toffee including provision of sonorous music to excite and entertain the kids get on their dancing feet making the day, popularly known as “Our Day”, a day to remember with with laughter, entertainment and great joy.
According to Sana Kpante, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Adompoja Kinderhilfe, “putting smiles on faces deprived kids in the community is a joy for everyone and we are committed and dedicated to seeing it become a reality in every way”.
Meanwhile, Director of the Mother of all Nations Foundation, Zico Abubakar Ishaq Newton, popularly known as “King Zico”, who could not hide his joy for the gesture, in an interview said, “I’m indeed overwhelmed by the gargantuan support being showed us by Adompoja Kinderhilfe not only for today but since the establishment of this school which words cannot express for now but I can only say a big thank you and further ask for God’s blessings and reward to them for their unflinching support”.
The Mother of all Nations Foundation is a community based NGO located in Madina Zongo Community, a suburb of Accra in the La-Nkwantang-Madina Municipal Assembly which has established a Charitable Nursery School to assist deprived children in the area enjoy quality nursery training at a reduced rate with the aim of giving them a community pre-school experience.
By Joseph Kobla Wemakor|Madina, Accra|Ghana