Following the coronavirus lockdown in the Greater Kumasi by the Government as part of preventive measures to curb the spread of the virus, the Ebenezer Society within Breman Circuit of Methodist church Ghana, in the Suame Municipality has distributed food items to the Needy and Vulnerable persons within 14 societies of the church in the Municipality.
The items running into Eleven Thousand Ghana cedis (1100,000) included 50bags of rice,Boxes of litres of cooking oil,Boxes of tins of sardines was meant to help the beneficiaries to cushion them against the hard times due to the lockdown.
The Superintendent Minister of Breman Circuit of Methodist Church Very Rev Benjamin Anson who led the church during the Presentation of the items to the needy and Vulnerable people in the 14 societies stressed that the donation would support over 250 people within the circuit as residents were faced with basic challenges due to restrictions of movement .
He used the opportunity to encourage other wealthy people to support the needy , stressing it was high time the affluent also played their part in this disruptive times.
He stated : “Service to humanity is service to God. Therefore, there is the need for Stakeholders, including
benevolent organizations ,
kind hearted people and churches to give back to society ,especially the Needy and the Vulnerable within our churches and entire communities”.
Meanwhile, some of the beneficiaries who received the items expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the Bremang Circuit of Methodist Church for the kind gesture extended to them .
Showing their delight for the items received ,they wished the leaders of the Church well and urged them to do more for the needy in various communities .
Presentation by Very Rev Benjamin Anson supritendent minister Breman Circuit