Fafaa 100.3 FM’s Duamenefa Foundation led by the Executive President and CEO, Emmanuel Ketaman Evortepe in collaborations with Tanko Foundation, led by the CEO, Hon. Gabriel Kwamigah Atokple (Togbi Nyaxordeakorla I), Dr. David Kotei Nutakor, a Geotechnical Engineer and the Country Director of the Duamenefa Foundation in California,USA, Rev. Diane Westcott (Mamaga Duamenefa I), the International Director of Operations, Duamenefa Foundation, USA, in addition to the Local Council of Churches, Dzodze and a team of intercessors, the umbrella prayer ministers of Fafaa 100.3 FM, Dzodze, has embarked on a two-day journey to visit distressed communities in the southern part of the Volta Region of Ghana.
These communities were affected by the flooding disaster caused by the recent Akosombo Dam spillage as well as the overflow of Keta lagoon.
The proposed areas of visitation today include: Tokor, Viepe, Adafienu, Kedzi, Havedzi and Bleamezado in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region.
TOKOR VIEPE, TETEKORPE, HAVEDZI / KEDZI
The exercise would continue tomorrow to other areas such as Klikor, Agbozume and other communities within Ketu South.
Items being shared to the victims include foodstuffs, drinking water, clothing, mosquito coils, mosquito nets, Wellington boots, sanitary pads, assorted plates, bowls and cooking utensils.
The program is proudly sponsored by the Executive Board of Governors’ members of the Foundation, the Tanko Foundation, Members of the Duamenefa Foundation and other benevolent members of the society.
Source: Duamenefafoundation.org / news editor in chief