Frank Yeboah Foundation, a non profitable organization as part of their cooperate social responsibility has donated 5 sewing machines and 2 hair dryers to seamstresses and hairdressers at Achiase in the Atwima Nwabiagya North district of the Ashanti Region.
The motive behind the presentation by Frank Yeboah Foundation is to enable them to start their own businesses.
The ceremony brought together some prominent personalities such us traditional rulers, political leaders, artisans and other officials from Frank Yeboah Foundation.
Presenting the machines, the Chief Executive Officer of Frank Yeboah Foundation and parliamentary hopeful for Atwima Nwabiagya North constituency on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Mr Frank Yeboah said he is delighted to contribute towards the future development of the young men and women who are in skills training in the area together with those who are spiritually dead.
He said Frank Yeboah Foundation as part of its social responsibilities will continue to offer their support to both in education and skills training program.
He added that the foundation does not belong to any political party but rather to champion for the prosperity of the people in Atwima Nwabiagya North irrespective of any political affiliation.
He promised further assistance to residents in the constituency, stressing that the role of artisans in national development could not be under-estimated and urged people to respect them and not to denigrate them.
He said, the beneficiaries should be proud of the vocation they have chosen and urged them to make the best out of the tools provided them to support themselves and their families.
Mr.Frank Yeboah in conclusion advised the artisans to inherit the spirit of we can do spirit and with hard work, perseveration and determination they will be able to make it in life.
The chief of Achiase Nana Kwaku Antwi Ababio ll commended Frank Yeboah Foundation for their good work.
He added that development of every country is a share responsibility of both the government and it’s citizens so I want to use this opportunity to commend the management of Frank Yeboah Foundation for their kindness towards the good people in my community.He also appealed to the Chief Executive officer of Frank Yeboah Foundation Mr Frank Yeboah to come to their aid to make the completion of lorry terminal that has been abandoned to rot due to lack of fundings.
Some of the Artisans thanked the Chief Operating officer for the prompt response and promised to work hard to better their lives by becoming financially independent in their livelihood