Let’s help ophans,Nana Ama Mcbrown


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Actress Nana Ama McBrown has pleaded with
her colleagues in the movie industry to extend
a helping hand to orphans in the country.
According to her, these children are in an
unfortunate situation with no parents to look
up to, adding that it is therefore the duty of
society, especially movie stars, to assist these
children.
McBrown said she had been doing her part in
assisting orphans in the country and that she
hoped her colleagues in the movie industry
would follow her steps.
“It is a shared responsibility of Ghanaians to
support and show love to the needy in the
society, notably the orphans.
“And I am doing my part and I hope that all
individuals, especially my colleagues in the
entertainment industry, will join me.”
McBrown was speaking when she organised a
Christmas party for orphans at the Mampong
Babies Home and children living in the
community.
Tabea Herbal Company assisted the McBrown
Foundation, owned by Nana Ama McBrown, to
make the colourful event a reality.
McBrown stated that the mega party formed
part of her foundation’s social responsibility.
The famous actress reiterated her call for
actors and actresses in the country to start
showing love to orphans.
Also present at the event were colleague
movie stars such as Vivian Jill, Bail Asamoah,
Papa Kumasi and many others.
The Manageress of the Home, Madam
Margaret Addae, thanked the McBrown
Foundation for organising the Christmas party
to bring joy to the kids.
“I am really astonished about what I am
seeing today.
On behalf of the kids and management, we
express our sincere gratitude to McBrown.”
She equally thanked Tabea Company Limited
for electrifying the home with the mega party
during the Yuletide.
Highlighting some challenges of the home, she
said babies’ foods to feed children between
the ages of one week and six months were a
major problem for the home.
According to her, lactogen, which is the main
food to feed babies in their early months, is
not available because the home can’t afford.
She stated that “we have received a week old
baby whose mother died during labour, and
we need some of these foods to feed them for
better health.”
Madam Addae made a passionate appeal to
government, NGOs and individuals to help
them with some of these early child foods.
She urged Ghanaians to emulate the support
Nana Ama McBrown had been giving to
orphans to make the country a happy place
for all.

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