Janet Owusu And Team Pay A Courtesy Call To Former President John Dramani Mahama

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Madam Janet Owusu Afriyie, the co-founder and COO of Debra Pharmacy Limited and Debra Vision and Optical Services pays a courtesy call to the former President of the Republic of Ghana who happens to be the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress His Excellency John Dramani Mahama.

The purpose of this high-profile meeting was to discuss an incredibly impactful project aimed at providing homes for those in need and offering free eye screening services to the less privileged in our country. This initiative is a testament to the compassion and dedication of individuals like Janet Owusu Afriyie, who are making a tangible difference in the lives of others in the greater Accra region and seeks to extend it across the country.

The project’s focus is on creating homes for the less fortunate and also goes beyond just providing shelter. It aims to create safe and secure environments that foster a sense of belonging and stability for those who may not have a place to call home.

Additionally, the inclusion of free eye screenings is a crucial aspect of the project, as it addresses the lack of access to proper eye care that many individuals face across the country. By offering these screenings, they are ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to maintain good eye health and receive necessary treatments if needed.

Janet Owusu Afriyie’s dedication to helping the less privileged in our country is truly inspiring and an act that needs to be louder for others to also come on board to make it a thing of the country. It is through the efforts of individuals like her that we can foster a more inclusive and caring society. We eagerly await the growth and positive impact of this remarkable project, as it has the potential to transform countless lives in Ghana and Africa as a whole in the near future.

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