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The host of Connect FM’s Omanbapa morning show, Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson on Sunday, August 6, 2023 celebrated his birthday.

He spent the day with children of the Remar Orphanage at Kejabil in the Ahanta West municipality of the Western region.

Together with his wife, children, working colleagues, and friends, the award winning morning show host presented sorted items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the orphans.

The items presented include Liquid soaps, soft drinks, bread, sugar, rice, oil, clothes, and many others.

Addressing the inmates, Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson indicated that he was appreciative of the hard work being put up by operators of the home to shape the future of the orphans.

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“I once visited this orphanage with my friend and realised inmates looked abandoned. It appears many people do not know the orphanage exist and so the attention here is very low. This is why I decided to celebrate my birthday with you, I informed my listeners about this and many of them donated towards the course. So we are here to present the items we have been able to gather to you. We pray to God to keep these children in safe hands and always provide for them,” he indicated.

Director of the centre, Azuma Barnabas who received the items on behalf of the orphanage expressed gratitude.

He indicated that the gesture would go a long way to impact the lives of the children in the home.

“We are very appreciative of the gesture. We ask God to bless you abundantly for what you have done for us today. You decided not to spend your birthday with your class but thought outside the box by including the marginalised children. We feel the society has not rejected us with this support. We, however, call on others to emulate your gesture and remember these kids,” he added.

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By Eric Gyetuah|ConnectFM|Onuaonline