APOSTLE KWADWO SAFO TOUCHES LIVES OF THE NEEDY IN COMMEMORATION OF HIS BIRTHDAY
The founder of Kristo Asafo Mission of Ghana and Chairman of Kantanka Group of Companies, Emeritus Prof. Apostle Kwadwo Safo over the years has been donating to the less privileged in society. This year marks another celebration of his birthday and the humanitarian and technological genius who is on record to have carried out the greatest philanthropic activity in the country, is once again touching the lives of the needy in society.
As part of activities to celebrate the birthday of this Great man of God, his son, Nana Kwadwo Safo Akofena who happens to be the Chief Executive Officer of Kantanka Group of Companies, his wife Oheneyere Zenab Safo and some elders of his church took to Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana and donated to the children’s home.
The team again travelled across the 16 regions of Ghana and made several donations to the elderly and needy in the society.
Apart from the donations, there were a series of activities to mark the birthday celebration which include television publicity. One of the programmes that ensured that the philanthropic is well celebrated was Kantanka Exclusive Reloaded which aired on Kantanka TV.
The Chief linguist of Emeritus Prof. Apostle Kwadwo Safo, Odeneho Kyeame Amoako discussing the aftermath of the Birthday Celebration in an interview with Akwasi Ofori on the Kantanka Exclusive Reloaded show explained that, the humanitarian in addition donated 1,700 pieces of cloths to the people of Asumeja in the Ashanti Region of Ghana where he hails from and the surrounding villages.
According to Odeneho Kyeame Amoako, Apostle Safo will never stop giving to his people at Asumeja because every Akan speaking person hails from there until they split to their present location. “If you truly know the history, he said about 26-30 towns come together to form Asumeja, he loves the place so much that even if he dies they should never stop giving to his people”, he added.
Again, the team continued to Atonso Agogo in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, to party with them too and donated another 500 pieces of cloths, other items and an undisclosed amount to the elderly and needy.
SOURCE: www.kantankatv.com | Prince Nicholas Agboli