ABUSUA Members of Abusua Nkosuo Club in a pose with inmates of Compassion Rehab Centre

Abusua Nkosuo Club has donated clothes, foodstuffs, toiletries and boxes of water to Compassion Rehab Center at Dawhenya in the Ningo Prampram District of the Greater Accra Region.

The club made the donation as part of the annual Easter pledge to Compassion Rehab Center.

Speaking on behalf of the club, Tesa Ayernor, the Chairman, indicated that the club has decided to make the donation an annual event to encourage the inmates to recognize members of the club as brothers and part of the Abusua family.

Two of the inmates shared their experiences on drug addiction and substance abuse.

They recounted the adverse effects of drug addiction and admonished members of the club and the general public to abstain from drugs.

The items were received by Pastor Robert Fennie, the manager and r\Aesident pastor of the Rehab Center.

Compassion in Action (CIA) is the mission arm of Action Chapel International with the goal of alleviating human suffering and helping Christians to grow in their faith.

The Center works primarily to help rescue men from alcohol and drug addiction by offering love, housing, schooling, job skill training and drug recovery process skills [12 Step Facilitation Therapy Program].

Many of the inmates also receive bible based counseling to help rebuild and restore their lives.

Abusua Nkosuo Club is open to any prospective male who demonstrates a true spirit of association and intends to mutually support one another to build a strong and humane community.


Source & Photo Credits: Daily Guide