Chief Alhaji Sulley Issah's Foundation donates to Darus-Salam Orphanage Home.

By Jerry Akornor 

Chief Alhaji Sulley Issah's Foundation has donated some items to the Darus-Salam Orphanage

The the presentation of the items led by Chief Executive officer of Chief Alhaji Sulley Issah's Foundation who doubles as the Moshie Chief for Abeka, Naaba Sogbo(I) together with his entire foundation crew and some elders of the Islam community is in accordance with their commitment to give back to society including orphans and widows of the Darus-Salam Orphanage Home.

Speaking to Ghana News Desk, CEO of Chief Alhaji Sulley Issah's Foundation Naaba Sogbo (I)

explained that the "Holy Qur'an speaks of alms giving especially when it is in line with the less privileged that's why he decided to fulfill his heavenly order by making such donation".

He further advised the general public to continually support and help the needy because the government a lone cannot  provide for everyone in the country.

Making reference to several donations have been made by him even before he was enstooled as a chief, Chief Naaba Sogbo (I) "this won't be the last and further urged the general public to support the foundation in cash and kind in order for them to continually support the needy in society".

Meanwhile, CEO of Darus-Salam Orphanage Home, Mr. Eliasu Attakorah has expressed heartfelt gratitude to the chief and his entire foundation for the gesture, asking Almighty Allah to bless them and continually open doors for them so that they can do more in helping the needy, especially orphans.

Mr. Eliasu Attakorah has also added that the " foundation has other branches in Tamale,Techiman, Kumasi,Takoradi and their main branch which is located at Ashongman, Quist Town with the aim of changing the phase of Islamic community, a total of 33 children 21 being girls and 12 boys.

He therefore, made an appeal to the general public to support them in any means so that they can also provide for the children and make them comfortable.

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