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The Women’s Fellowship of the Mamprobi Ebenezer Presbyterian church as part of their 50th Anniversary celebration has donated items to support cancer children at the Korle Bu teaching Hospital in Accra,
The gesture according to the Chairperson for the Anniversary Committee, Mrs. Comfort Gyan is their contribution to enhance the health care of the cancer children.

Mrs Petersen used the occasion to encourage continuous support to the center from individuals, companies , churches and NGOs to Rebecca Akufo-Addo Foundation Sunshine House, Korle Bu in Accra

Among items presented to the Cancer Foundation according Mrs. Comfort Gyan Petersen include, foodstuffs, drinks, satchel and bottle water, liquid soaps, washing soaps, dettol, vegetables and clothes.


She revealed that, children at the Rebecca Akufo-Addo Foundation are seriously in need of help and asked that, anyone who is blessed and touched, can channel part of his or her resources to support the children at the foundation.


Mrs. Petersen also entreated parents whose children are suffering from cancer in one way or the other, to send them to the hospital for treatment instead of keeping them home or seeking unnecessarily help from pastors and spritualist.


She commended members of Ebenezer Presbyterian Women’s Fellowship for their decision to contribute for the upkeep of cancer children of the Rebecca Akufo-Addo Foundation.

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