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T.T. Brothers reaches out Tema SOS Village

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T.T. Brothers Limited, distributors of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in Ghana has donated items worth GH 20,000.00 to support the Tema SOS Village during the yuletide season.

The items included bags of rice, cooking oil, milk, soap, toffees and assorted products of the company.

Mr. Isaac Kojo Ackon, SOS Children’s Village Director who received the items on behalf of the village, thanked the company for the gesture and hoped other benevolent organization will emulate T.T. Brothers Limited.

In addition to items donated, the company also organised a big buffet party for the inmates as part of the New Year festivities just to put smile on their faces.

The kids had their turn to enjoy a variety of delicious dishes like Jollof rice, plain rice, chicken, fish as well as mouth-watering local foods like banku & okro soup with fish & meat and Dzenkple which were served with assorted beverages.

The faces of the kids lit up with hope and happiness as they made merry and danced to  soothing music with the families, friends and invited guests of T.T. Brothers Ltd.

To add colour to the event, there was a dancing competition for both kids and adults categories.

Mr. Isaac Tetteh, Managing Director of the T.T. Brothers Ltd, tells Joy News his outfit is committed to putting smiles on faces of the deprived ones especially within the yuletide season out of pity and love to reach out to the poor in society. 

He said his outfit has been organizing this event for the past twelve years on the first January of every New Year and also on Easter days through the support of his business partners abroad and pledged it will be sustained annually. 

“It’s a good thing putting a smile on faces of the orphans especially around this season and my outfit will continue to do it every year. I’ve never regretted doing it and will want to do it for the rest of my life,” he emphasized.

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