Miss Tourism Ghana celebrates Mother’s Day with orphans and new mothers

Miss Tourism Ghana celebrates Mother’s Day with orphans and new mothers

Miss Tourism Ghana (MTG) organisation celebrated mothers with orphans at Misahoe Orphanage and Margret Marquart Catholic Hospital at Kpando, on Sunday.

Member of Parliament for Kpando, Della Sowah in a photograph with an orphan during the visit

The purpose was to fete and present some products to mothers and orphans in the area.

Upon arrival, the Member of Parliament of Kpando,Mrs. Della Sowah joined them at Misahoe Orphanage where they treated the children to a feast courtesy Tang Palace Hotel, Lele Foods, Bel-Aqua and Yoks Car Rental.  

Mrs. Sowah expressed her appreciation to those who contributed towards the donation of the clothes, food and various items to put smiles on the faces of people in the constituency. 

After the Misahoe visit, the team left for the Margret Marquart Hospital and with the support from GTP, Weave Ghana Ltd. producers of Darling Hair, and the MP of Kpando, they gifted the new mothers products ranging from yards of fabrics, various types of hair, pampers, parcels and baby products from Gandour Cosmetics.

Two babies were born at the hospital on Mother’s Day.

The Director of Events and Operations, Mrs. Delphine Brew-Hammond, said that this was what MTGwas all about, getting young ladies to effect change in their communities and Ghana at large.

One of the new mothers receives a gift from the team

“We are so proud of the way they have grown into the role of being Ambassadors and role models for the Tourism Sector”.

“I am amazed at how far God has brought us to be in a position to be able to be part of this great organisation where I can help to bring joy to children who have no hope,” Jemima Nyamewaa Akpanja, Miss Tourism Ghana 2021, said.

The MTG team in a photograph with some of the inmates (2)

First Princess, Caroline Naa Nunoo who was equally moved said, “Today being Mother’s day is very important for us to be here to show love to these children who have no mothers.”

Second Princess, Millicent Awiendi alsonoted “I am very grateful to God that the Miss Tourism Ghana Organisation sees this outreach as important because we are here to bring hope to children who don’t have mothers on a special day as this.”

 Mrs. Mavis Amoa, a patron of Miss Tourism Ghana who was also present at the orphanage said she was impressed by the work of MTGin bringingjoy and hope to the downtrodden. 

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

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