Accra based record label and entertainment company 4Real records together with Big 30 social club, on 14 February (Valentine Day) made donations of toiletries which include baby diapers, toilet roll, soaps amongst others to newly delivered mothers at Achimota Hospital.
Speaking during the presentation, the MD of the record label, Justin Kingland said he was very happy to put smiles on the faces of the newly delivered mothers especially the ones who gave birth on the day of their visit. He added that his last son was delivered in that same hospital and he was very glad to also use the opportunity to celebrate his eldest son’s birthday, as he was born on February 14.
The chairman of Big 30 social club, Augustine Tawiah in an interview with Elaborbiz TV said this was their own little way of sharing love with the newly delivered mothers and said he hopes to do more charity work that would put a long lasting smile on the faces of Ghanaians and foreigners living in Ghana.
While expressing their gratitude to the donors, Marygina Abdulahi, the head of the ward, said they were very pleased to have been chosen among all the hospitals in Accra for the donations and prayed that God will continue to use the donors for greater works in Ghana.
CEO of 4Real Record Phinehas Louis thanked the hospital management for giving them the opportunity to donate to the patients, while the PRO of Big 30 Prince Owusu said they were honoured by the opportunity given to them by the hospital to make the donations, adding that they will strive to make it a yearly event.
Highlight of the event was the sharing of the gift items to the mothers who were all very happy to receive the items.
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