Founder and leader of The Maker’s House Chapel, Reverend Boadi Nyamekye has run to the aid of the head porters who were escaping the lockdown in Accra to their hometowns.

OMGVoice reported earlier that two trucks carrying over 150 women and children had been intercepted at Ejisu.

The trucks arrived in Accra in the early hours of Tuesday, March 31.

Upon their arrival, the women laid bare their plights in an interview with UTV’s Agya Kwabena on the “Adekye Nsoroma” morning show.

Fortunately, Reverend Boadi Nyamekye and The Maker’s House Chapel team heard their plight and stepped in to help.

 

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The provided the destitute with already-cooked food and other essentials.

An unnamed hostel owner also called in to offer them a place to lay their heads.

Their temperatures soared when taken with the infrared temperature gun, however, they were assured that it could be the result of sitting in the sun for hours since they arrived.

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