Flood victims in three communities within the Lower Town Axim and Nsein Traditional Area have received relief items worth several thousands of Ghana cedis from Dr. Colleen Amuaben Ministries, a non-profit-making organisation.
This timely intervention is to alleviate the suffering of these victims whose homes and other properties were destroyed following torrential rains and subsequent flooding that had left them displaced and struggling to meet their basic needs.
The communities, namely Adelekeso, Ahunyame and Averebo, received a variety of foodstuffs, toiletries, soft drinks, clothing, bathing soaps, washing soaps, powdered soaps, tin tomatoes, tomato paste, gallons of frytol cooking oil, and other essential items.
The gesture, which saw the distribution of relief items and essential supplies, has brought the much-needed relief to those affected by the recent devastating floods.
Meanwhile, the Omanhene of Lower Town Axim and Nsein Traditional Area, Awulae Agyefi Kwame II, has, on behalf of the beneficiaries, thanked Dr. Colleen Amuaben Ministries for the kind gesture.
“We firmly believe that your kind of assistance will significantly alleviate the plight of the flood victims in these three communities within our traditional area. Your compassion resonates deeply,” the Omanhene said in a letter of appreciation addressed to the NGO.