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Apostle Safo fed Many Ghanaian Returnees from Nigeria during 1983 famine and Bush fire - simplified Edition

 

Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo fed many Ghanaian returnees from Nigeria during 1983 drought, famine and bushfires

Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo fed many Ghanaian returnees from Nigeria during 1983 drought, famine and bushfires

Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo, the Star of Africa,  has undertaken the greatest philanthropic activity in Ghana. Africa Redemption Magazine brings to you information on a fraction of these myriad kind gestures of Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo.

One example of his love for people is that he single handedly fed many Ghanaian returnees from Nigeria in 1983 when famine and bush fires swept Ghana at that time.

In 1983, the government of Nigeria asked Ghanaians and other Africans to leave the country (Ghana had done a similar thing under the Aliens Compliance Order of 1969).

This was a bad news for Ghana as it was facing one of the most harsh conditions in its history, that is severe drought, bush fires and famine.

When these Ghanaian returnees arrived in Ghana, Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo single handedly fed many of them.

As it is well known, a friend in need is a friend indeed. For Apostle Dr. Safo to show such kind gestures especially during such times reveals the genuine love he has for people.

More to come soon.