There’s nothing more rewarding than giving back and making a difference in the lives of people around you.
To move forward in life you always have to give back.
The life of a young man Samuel Adu-Akoh popularly known as Yaw Frimpong in media circus is one person everyone is proud of. On his birthday, he organized 50 needy residents in his community and organized a toast for them.
He distributed items and cash to help them and also appreciated them for the love and support they continue to show him. Each one was given 2 of 1KG rice with piece of clothes. Women (Some were given 4 yards and others 3yards)
Men ( 3 yards were given while others were given 2 yards) depending on your size
Samuel Adu-Akoh A.K.A Saafrimp / Yaw Frimpong Is a graduate of the university of Education, Winneba. He is the founder and CEO of Amazing Ensemble-Ghana, a choral group breaking boundaries in Ghana and also the Music Director of Emmanuel Methodist Church, Agona Swedru.
On what inspired him to organize such an event he said : The struggle of his late mum, the pain and agony she went through raising him and his siblings and also talking about love and giving back to the needy is what inspired him to also organize such an event on his birthday to honor and give back to the needy on his birthday.
He said, he grew up in a community. He lost his mother at a young age and because of the love and respect the community had for his mother and he had to do something to also celebrate and give back to the needy on his birthday.
On his plans for his community he said he hopes to build a care home that can take care of the needy and vulnerable and also provide them with quality health care and improve their lives.
In attendance were Madam Betty Helen Essel (Former Municipal Director of Education, Agona West ) , Rev Alex Opoku Brenya ( Rev. Minister in charge of Bethesda Methodist Church, Agona Swedru ), Evangelist Marshall Amamoo
(Ordained Evangelist of the Methodist Church ) Robert Adams (news reporter Obrempon FM) was the Master of the Ceremony and Amazing Ensemble-Ghana gave us a soothing music to celebrate the occasion.
It’s heartwarming to see young able men putting smiles on the faces of needy