Bawumia donates to cured lepers and street children

Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has donated food items to the Christ the King Soup Kitchen and Leprosariums.

Bawumia donates to cured lepers and street children

Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has donated food items to the Christ the King Soup Kitchen and Leprosariums.

The Vice-President, who regularly supports both the Christ the King Soup Kitchen and Weija Leprosarium, made the donation as part of his humanitarian gestures towards the needy and less privileged.

Dr. Bawumia donated 300 bags of rice to the Christ the King Easter Soup Kitchen while the Weija Leprosarium received 100 bags of rice.

The Christ the King Soup Kitchen is an initiative of Rev Father Andrew Campbell, which, with support from the Church, feeds and helps the less privileged, especially street children.

 It also provides skills training to help them earn a living, find their feet and move away from the streets into permanent accommodation and livelihoods.

Presenting the items to Father Campbell on behalf of the Vice-President,

Secretary to the Vice-President, Augustine Blay, expressed Dr Bawumia’s appreciation for the good works Christ the King and Father Campbell are doing to support street children.