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Magical Dreams Foundation CEO to organize another Spelling Bee at Whuti

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The chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Magical Dreams Foundation Mr James Elikplim Tamakloe will be organizing another Spelling Bee & Football Gala contest at Whuti in the Volta Region in November 2023 as part of the Tr)tr)ye Za festival for the people of Whuti/Anloga areas.
Six schools will be participating and the winner will presented with cash prizes and educational materials.
The Foundation primarily focuses on education in the community and has already organized such events in other parts of the community.
The Foundation as part of its obligations will be donating medical items to Atorkor Health Post to help alleviate their cry for medical supplies.
The Ceo mentioned during the interview that JET Security Services will be outdoored at the durbar to help create employment for the youth. He noted government alone cannot solve all the problems the country is going through hence the need for the private sector to come in and help because Ghana belongs to all of us.


He also noted with great affection that football is one of Ghana’s passion when it comes to sporting activities and as such Jet Football Club has been inaugurated to help nuture and unearth young football talents while pursuing their education as well.
The Ceo also stated categorically that the foundation will reach out to other communities in other regions as well.

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