The Susanna Wesley Mission Auxiliary of Mount Olivet Methodist Society in Dansoman Accra reached out to James Camp Prison and donated maize, gari, sanitizers, toiletries and other essential supplies to support the upkeep of prisoners. The assistance was part of the society’s community service commitments to the socially vulnerable.

President of the Susanna Wesley Mission Auxiliary at Mount Olivet Methodist Society Mrs. Georgina Winifred Rabbles commented that it was important for the church to act as agents of help in society. Madam Rabbles noted that acts of kindness would help propagate the goodness of God to mankind and the world. She noted that the socially vulnerable ought to be recognized as part of our own existence and that there they deserve the needed support for their survival.

Assistant Superintendent of Prisons Dorothy Agyei Nortey received the gift supplies with appreciation. ASP Nortey pledged that the donated supplies would be applied diligently towards the benefit of the prisoners.

Susanna Wesley Mission Auxiliary is an organization within the Methodist Church of Ghana that is committed to addressing the needs of the poor and the socially vulnerable.