NASO VIP 9090 CEO donates to Kumasi Prisons, Remar orphanage

Madam Ama Serwaah Owusu, the Chief Executive Officer of NASO VIP 9090 Transport, has made a donation to inmates at the female department of the Kumasi Central Prisons and Remar Ghana orphanage home at Patase as part of her 67th birthday celebration. 

The items donated to the two homes included several bags of rice, gari, Beans, Maize and gallons of cooking oil and toiletries.

Madam Ama Serwaah explained that the gesture in giving to the needy is to express her profound gratitude to God for her life.

Nana Ama Serwaah, CEO – NASO VIP 9090

Supt. Joy Akoh Korsah, who received the items on behalf of the Ghana Prisons Service, lauded Nana Ama Serwaah for supporting the inmates.

She stated that the intervention is timely as the female inmates are in dire need of basic items like sanitary pads and toiletries, and pleaded with corporate organizations, NGOs and other benevolent individuals and groups to emulate the shining example of Nana Ama Serwaah.

At the Remar Ghana Orphanage at Patasi, Nana Ama Serwaa presented several cartons of drinks, bags of rice, sugar and confectionery to support the feeding of orphans and special children in the facility, who expressed their appreciation Nana Ama Serwaa for the support.

In another development, Nana Ama Serwaah has bailed patients who were detained at Pramso hospital for not being able to settle their medical bills for weeks after they were discharged. Nana Ama Serwaa had to pay GH¢15,000 to settle their bills.


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