NPP Regional Youth Organizer donates to Jirapa Orphanage
The Upper West Regional Youth Organizer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Luri Tia John Bosco, has over the weekends donated some assorted items to the St Theresa's orphanage foundation at Jirapa.
The items include bags of rice, cooking oils, other groceries, bags of sachet water and many other items.
Speaking at the orphanage home during the donation on Sunday, 11 July 2021, the soft speaking Youth Organizer said the donation was informed by humane passion to give back to society and to support the vulnerable and needy in society.
Mr John Bosco commended the caretakers at the facility on the parental services they render to the children and encouraged them to keep offering their best to the children.
He further implored the caretakers to give the children proper upbringing and nurture them as their own.
Interacting with the young persons at the facility, the Regional Youth Organizer encouraged them to aspire to attain greater heights in the future, asking them to study hard towards materializing their dreams and aspirations.
Receiving the items, Rev Sister Lydia expressed profound gratitude to the Youth Organizer for the kind gesture and prayed for God's blessings and favors for him.
She promised that the items would be used for the intended purpose.
In a related development, Mr Luri Tia John Bosco on Saturday 10 July 2021 donated some 20 bags of cement support the rehabilitation of the Party’s youth office at Bulenga in the Wa East District.
The items were received by the Wa East Constituency Vice Chairman of the party, Constituency Research Officer, Constituency Youth Organizer and other party executives.
These donations are few among similar gestures the young enterprising politician has done for the Upper West Region.