A RADIO presenter with Kumasi-based Angel FM, Mr Collins Amo-Poku, aka D.J. Tofiakwa, has presented a number of food items and drinks valued at GH¢3,000 to the Cherubs Orphanage Home at Santasi-Apre in Kumasi to mark the 10th anniversary of his marriage.
Mr Amo-Poku made the presentation with the support of his wife, Linda, and sister, Ms Ama Gyamfua, who is the current best farmer in the Berekum Municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region.
The items presented to the orphanage included a truck load of plantain, quantities of rice, cooking oil and confectioneries.
Making the presentation, Mr Amo-Poku, 36, said God had showered His blessings upon their marriage in the past 10 years.
“It is therefore important that as a couple we show gratitude to Him by giving part of the little we have to the needy,” he said.
Mr Amo-Poku said as a radio presenter, he had appreciated the situation of the needy in the society and expressed the hope that the donation would help make life move comfortable for inmates of the home.
The Director of the home, Mr Nicholas Osei Bonsu, said the orphanage, which started in 2005, had 40 inmates.
He commended the donors for the gesture and appealed to other individuals and organisations to come to the aid of the inmates.
Mr Osei Bonsu advised families not to neglect orphans but to take care of them so that they could grow to become useful citizens.