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Demzy and Friends Fed the Less Privileged Children on the Streets



Demzy born Abdul Hackim Assi, a (age) resident in Akim Tafo in the Eastern Region spent his 2018 New Year holidays with the help of his friends, took the streets of Accra on January 13, 2018, to feed the less privileged children and some hawkers at the Opeibea House around the airport area, proceeded to Accra Mall, Ghana Standard Board and Emmanuel Eye Clinic along the Okponglo Shiashi stretch of road

An idea which was conceived and established on December 26, 2017 with support from The African Dream has as its aim to project the African dream through an everyday lifestyle.

With donor support from Shaddia Empire, Denmark, he has been able from 2017 to feed the less privileged and seeing to the welfare of children especially, has been his greatest desire and these children couldn’t hide their excitement when they visited them for the second time with packs of cooked rice and drinks.

Speaking to some of the children on why they are on the streets of Accra, Mohammed Ibrahim, a thirteen (13) year old boy revealed, he came from Kumasi to look for a job because his parents cannot afford to take care of him. He has been on the streets of Accra for a year without shelter.

James Wilson Paggie, a fourteen ( 14) year old boy also disclosed that he and his two brothers with their parents are also on the streets to make money by cleaning car windscreen for a leaving and he is aiming at making his family a better one.