Willie And Mike Ministries Show Massive Love To Kumasi Children’s Home With Huge Donation Ahead Of Christmas

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Willie and Mike Ministries show massive love to Kumasi Children’s Home with huge donations ahead of the 2022 Christmas festivities.

On Thursday, December 22, 2022, Willie and Mike Ministries visited the Kumasi Children’s Home with a large contribution in preparation for Christmas.

Over the years, the pair has been one of the most popular gospel acts in Ghana, ministering to the people via their music.

Speaking on behalf of the group, Pastor Willie, an ordained Man of God, stated that they were compelled to give the things because they believe it is vital to remember orphans throughout the holiday season.

“In order for the children at the Children’s Home to feel like they are a part of the impending celebrations, our organization, Willie & Mike Ministries, has donated the following things on their behalf.

“We are delighted to be making this gift because we believe it is fundamental to the Christian ethic to think about others less fortunate than ourselves.

Amid the holiday season, “it is our earnest wish and prayer that such a charitable deed will be imitated by the people as well as other gospel performers,” he stated.

The orphanage’s administrator thanked Willie and Mike Ministries for their generosity and assured them that the gifts would be put to good use for the kids at the facility.

She went on to say that the children would look at the gifts and know that people cared and that they had a chance at a better life.

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