Obiba Foundation Donate To 37 Flood Victims
Obiba Foundation – a non-governmental and non-political organization, has donated several items and an undisclosed amount of money to victims of the June 3 disastrous flood and fire victims currently on admission at the 37 Military Hospital.
The C.E.O Of Obiba Foundation, Highlife artiste/business man, Sly Collins, who presented the items to the hospital together with the Secretary of the foundation, Cindy King Batsios, and H.E. President Mahama’s brother, Sam Mahama, said on behalf of the foundation that he was in China when he heard the incidence – so he quickly moved to Ghana to also show his sympathy and solidarity.
Sly Collins added that since the flood victim happened, Ghana has really shown much love and he’s really glad and happy about that. Sharing how he feels after visiting the victims in their ward, he said “I felt deeply sad” but he controlled himself.
He also posited that he really admires the workers at 37 Hospital regards the humane manner in which they handled the patients and their good job done so far.
Speaking about Obiba Foundation which was established over a year ago by Sly Collins and Cindy King Batsios, he said that the foundation was actually established to help the youth and the less privileged to achieve their aims in life.
“We counsel people and assist them to do the right things that can benefit them and the society. Obiba Foundation means, if you believe someone conceived you for 9 months, you won’t hurt anyone, Obiara ye Obiba nti me enye Obiba boni” – literally meaning, ‘everyone is someone’s child so don’t hurt anyone.”
Sam Mahama, who added his voice, also said that he’s happy at how Ghanaians are united and come together anytime there’s a tragedy that catches national attention.
“Whenever there’s a disaster or a tragedy, I am hearted about how Ghanaians come together, and the unity we portray – this is a prime example. The care and attention Ghanaians give to people makes me very proud – they are not political at all! I am always with you and anything that I can do to support, I will do” Mr. Mahama assured.
Mr. Kanel Samuel Adjei and COL. Ivy L. Tamakloe, Duputy Matron who received the items on behalf of the hospital, also thanked the group for coming and their motivational words to the victims. Other representatives present for the presentation was; Miss Phyllis Ackerson – Administrator of Christ Jesus Educational Center at Awoshie,Mr. Mustapha Inusah. AKA Attractive Of Peace Fm and Razz Newspaper, Mr. Fred Williams C.E.O of One Love One Ghana Foundation.
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