France Ambassador, Ann Sophie Launches Fundraising Campaign To Rebuild Hani-Begho JHS School And Support A Brilliant But Needy Student

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

The France Ambassador to Ghana, Ann Sophie Ave has launched a fundraising campaign.

Through The Akosua Fund, she aims to impact lives.

In her latest campaign, Her Excellency Sophie wants to raise 500k cedis to rebuild the Hani-Begho JHS School and also support a brilliant but needy student who had 8 A1s in WASSCE.

The Ambassador appealed to others to support her to make these objectives come to pass.

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To contribute via Mobile money, dial *246*5# and type the Merchant ID: 663453716.

H.E Sophie Ave pleaded: “Dear friends and followers, After 4 amazing years in Ghana I want to carry on making an impact as a queen mother. I created a fund The Akosua Fund to run impactful projects:

Rebuild the JHS school in Hani Begho and enabling a young student from Begho who scored 8 A1s at Waccse are my first objectives. We need to raise 500k cedis

Help me to achieve these for the community 🙏 Every little contribution counts. Please visit let’s make this miracle happen. Thank you 💙🤍❤💛💚.”

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