Akuse: Fulani Community donates relief items and PPE to inmates


A Fulani Community in Ghana, Tabital Pulaaku International Ghana Chapter, has donated assorted food stuff and some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to inmates of the Akuse Local Prisons in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality.

The items donated include bags of rice, cooking oil, boxes of Lipton, boxes of Cowbell, bag of Sugar among others.

The rest are Veronica Buckets, Gallons of liquid soap, hand sanitizers, tissues and soap to help officers and inmates in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yakubu Musah Barry, the secretary of Tabital Pulaaku International Ghana noted that the group donated to the inmates of the Akuse Local Prisons to support their Muslim brothers who are currently serving some jail term in this holy month of Ramadan.

President of Tabital Pulaaku, Alhaji Amadu Diallo promised the leadership of the prisons of subsequent support as they have taken key note of their challenges.

DSP. Issifu Abudallah, head of Operations at the Prison thanked the Fulani Group for coming to the aid of the inmates especially their Muslim brothers and asked for Allha’s blessings on them.

Commander of the Akuse Prisons, Deputy Director of Prisons (DDP), Godwin M.K. Hoenyedzi also used the opportunity to appeal to the group and the general public to forever assist inmates in various prisons, adding that everyone is a potential prisoner.

Akuse Prisons currently has a total of 221 inmates made up of 174 convicts and 47 remand prisoners. Out of the Number, six are females.

Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Samuel Sackey


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