US based Ghanaian Entrepreneur celebrates Easter with orphans, less privileged children at Nsawam

US based Ghanaian Entrepreneur celebrates Easter with orphans, less privileged children at Nsawam

Sampson Ntiamoah, a young Ghanaian social entrepreneur, philanthropist based in US returned to Ghana this Easter season to dine and share love, money

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Sampson Ntiamoah, a young Ghanaian social entrepreneur, philanthropist based in US returned to Ghana this Easter season to dine and share love, money and toiletries with some orphans, deprived children and their caregivers at Djatswi near Nsawam in the Eastern Region.

The kind gesture deeply touched the blind founder and director of the facility, Mr Darko Kwapong Samuel and his wife, their team of caregivers and the beneficiaries who sung unending songs of praises to God and expressed their sincerest gratitude to Mr Ntiamoah and his family and friends who accompanied him.

Speaking to them after sharing packs of food and making his donation, Ntiamoah said he visited them to only share with them the love that Christ shared with the world on the cross and to inspire them to place their faith in God who sent his son to die for the entire world.

“You may find yourself in an orphanage today, but, that isn’t the end of your life. You won’t be here forever. Out of you shall become very great people who will use their childhood experiences to inspire the world as you become symbols of amazing success. So, believe in God and have faith in him. Be always obedient to these parents God in his wisdom has given you,’ he advised the beneficiaries.

Mr Ntiamoah’s friend, Mr Raymond Ablorh, popularly called President Ablorh who accompanied him also advised the caregivers to treat the children like they would do their own children knowing that God would pay them accordingly. “Children are God’s properties, whoever hurts them, hurts God. And, there’s nothing dangerous than facing the wrath of God. So, be mindful of how you treat these children,” he told the carers.

The young man who had been honored a week before Easter by the Church of Pentecost for contributing significantly to the construction of a new temple, and his team took numerous photos with the children in the prevailing bliss.

Sampson Ntiamoah, also known Kwaku Ahenkan Ntiamoah was one of the top contestants of the British Council and Databank Sponsored Myvision Project in 2007. Myvision Project was a competition among top talented Ghanaian youth who owned extraordinary visions. He is now a Cyber Security Expert; the CEO of Smartthink LLC, a leading Cyber Security Training provider in Washington DC area.

Source: Raymond Ablorh