SIC Ladies presents Kia saloon to Royal Seed Orphanage

Grace found the founder of the Royal Seed Orphanage, Naomi Esi Amoah and was handed a Kia Spectra saloon car by the SIC Ladies Association(SICLA) at their recent visit to the  orphanage located at Bawjiase Papasi No.1 in the Central Region Saturday April 21, 2018. President of SICLA, Bernice Boachie who made the presentation of the used 2002 model Kia Spectra saloon car on behalf of the women group said, “the move to donate the car was in response to a plea made to the association by the orphanage during their previous visit regarding a transportation need.” The association therefore saw the urgent need to render their assistance to help meet the daily responsibilities of conveying the kids to and from school among others. “The first time we the newly executives visited here in September last year, we saw that the road is too far for Madam Naomi to travel back and forth so we are hoping this car will help her in the meantime to make most of her rounds with ease” she added. The SIC ladies also donated other household supplies including sanitary pads, baby showering gels, baby wipes, loaves of bread, bottles of cooking oils, used clothes, Nan baby Formula, and clothes. Members of SICLA also spent ample time cooking variety of mouth-watering dishes which was served with soft drinks to put smile on the faces of every child in the orphanage. Founder of Royal Seed Orphanage, Naomi Esi Amoah could not hide her joy: “We are happy to see SIC ladies once again. They were here last year and promised to come back again and God is wonderful, they are back and Auntie Boachie as a leader of the association is able to donate to us a car. We really appreciate what they’ve done so far to the orphanage because we were not expecting it.” Ms. Naomi Amoah also used the occasion to passionately appeal to the SIC Insurance Company Limited itself and other corporate organizations, churches and philanthropists to come to the aid of the orphanage. She identified inadequate electricity power supply as well as lack of clean water supply as major challenges the orphanage is faced with.

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 By Joseph Kobla Wemakor|]]>


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