Nana Aba Anamoah
Christmas is a period when we share time with loved ones and also extend a helping hand to the less privileged and people who need support.
Yvonne Okoro hit the streets to provide the less privileged with cloths, towels, bags and toiletries.
Something people overlook, Nana Aba Anamoah and her closest pal, Sandra Ankobiah hit the streets to appreciate the efforts of the Ghana Police Service in ensuring that law and order works in the country.
Sandra Ankobiah and Nana Aba Anamoah spent Christmas day with police personnel at various traffic intersections and police stations. The gesture was necessitated by what they believe is a neglect for personnel working throughout the season to ensure peace and safety on our roads and communities. ‘the police service has been great throughout the year. On Christmas day and other holidays, they still work tirelessly to keep us safe. This is the least we could do’. Supported by Entertainment journalist Adwoa Amofa Osei and Business man, Halim Musah, the two treated personnel to lunch and drinks. An impressed Chief Crime Officer at the East Legon Police Station, DSP Abena Benewaa said ‘it was the first time anyone had reached out to personnel on Christmas day. Mostly people ta“rget inmates. What Nana Aba and Sandra did today is the first time in history anyone has thought of personnel on duty on Christmas day. We thank Sandra and Nana Aba for this show of love. We are very grateful”. Nana Aba thanked police service for their service and dedication.
John Dumelo was spent the day with some widows sowing seeds in their lives and giving them meaning to life.