"As a Christian mother who believes in the principles of the Holy Bible, I have been supporting needy people from different backgrounds. It doesn't matter if they don't fellowship with me... Giving to the poor has been part of my Christian life.
My Father died when I was very young,but for the magnanimity of some family members and other good Samaritans, I would not be where I am today", MRS Elizabeth Brakatu told Sikamannews.com
Albeit saddened by the neglect of such people in the society, Mrs Brakatu entreated all Ghanaians and other institutions to take it upon themselves to from time to time support orphanages and needy kids to reduce streetism.
Though the new government had mentioned that it will put in place measures to revamp orphanages, the philanthropist called on government to as a matter of urgency bring up policies to support the survival of orphanages.
" we don't know where these children may end up in the future... They need our help to also succeed in Life".
" We are happy you have come to our aide today. We thank you for remembering us, and wish for you all the best in life."
Madam stella said the home has been struggling to survive for sometime now since its founder died, adding that their only piece of land was being taken from them by the chiefs of the area.
"The new traditional leaders are reselling our plot to us which is worrying...We are pleading with the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, to intervene in this land matter so we can get a permanent shelter for our kids," she revealed.
Handing an envelope of money to madam Stella, Mrs Brakatu assured that she and her family will not hesitate to offer helping hand to the children majority of whom cannot trace their roots again.