By: Ampem Gyeke-Darko & Kofi Michel
BMW Club -Ghana has in the first time donated relief items to Jehovah Rapha Orphanage Home at Suhum, as part of their efforts to reach out to orphans.
The group (club) led by led by President Benjamin Kojo Oppong is the only official and National BMW club in Ghana. It is an open group to all who are true fans and lovers of the BMW cars and it motor bikes.
Benjamin Kojo Oppong president told Kofi Michel it was their first time donating to orphans. He said it forms part of their social responsibilities as a group by supporting orphanage homes in Suhum and beyond.
He added the club’s offertory followed the realization that inmates at the Jehovah Rapha Orphanage Home at Suhum in Eastern Region needed support so did not hesitate to go to their aid and support management for their laudable foundation.
He added, “We learnt they needed us and that is why we have come here today to donate these items to them.” He called on other organizations to help orphans whenever necessary.
Items received by Administrator for the orphanage, Doris Otemah, were bags of Rice, clothing, Power Bleach, Sunlight Omo, Dettol, Soaps, Biscuits, Nestle Lactogen, Ananas pineapple, Apple Drinks, Saba Soaps with cash.
Madam Doris Otemah, thanks the BMW CLUB -GHANA and stated, “We are very grateful for what you have given to us.
We don’t have much to say. All we can tell you is that may God continue to bless BMW CLUB – Ghana.” She appealed to individuals and other organizations to go their aid.
Jehovah Rapha Orphanage Home was founded by Prophetess Mrs. Elizabeth Okrah Obeng , founder and leader for a Christian Prayer Ministry located at Suhum in Ghana.
Her bearing as a principal, counselor has afforded her the opportunity to meet people with diversity of tribulations that require interventions for the purpose of helping them to lead positive lives in future.
The vision of the orphanage is to set a non –governmental organization known as JEHOVAH RAPHA FOUNDATION with the aim liaising with the Social Welfare Department in the District for the purpose of assessing a child’s needs and offering the needed support regardless of their religions.