AS part of plans to revive activities of Ghana National Association of Adventist Students (GNAAS) among members, the Wesley Girls Senior High School (WGSHS) branch has given alms to resource Jesus the King Orphanage in Kumasi.
Led by the President, Bridget Osaa, the branch presented items valued at GHc700. 00
The items were a bag of rice, a bag of maize, four boxes of soap, four cartons of toilet roll, a carton of milk, two boxes of biscuit, a box of sardine, four sacks of second-hand clothes and footwears.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony, patron to GNAAS-WGSHS who doubles as the Campus Ministries Director of the Bantama District of Seventh-day Adventists, Madam Ama Adwubi Boahen encouraged the inmates to continue to humble themselves to their authorities for their proper upkeep.
She said it was important for inmates to learn to become good boys and girls as useful citizens for nation building.
She said much as the GNAAS-WGSHS believed in the Lord, it was incumbent on the inmates to also have faith in Him (God) and as well, develop the fear of God in them.
Both the Associate Pastor of Bantama SDA Church, Isaac Afriyie and Bantama SDA District Youth Leader, Stephen Boakye prayed to usher the inmates and their authorities into hands of the Lord for protection and direction.
The Manager of the orphange who received them, Mr Emmanuel Afriyie, expressed gratitude to GNAAS-WGSHS for the kind gesture.
He asked for the Lord’s blessings for the donors and appealed that they did not relent in their continuous efforts to resource the orphanage.