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Moesha Buduong Supports Needy Children Of Kasoa Domeabra

Arguably, Ghana's curved actress has surprised some Ghanaians after she boldly responds to a newspaper publication on a school in dire need.

One of Ghanaians hot actresses and presenter, Moesha Budong, has donated some learning materials to pupils of Tebu MA Basic School at Kosoa Domeabra in the Central Region of Ghana.

Not only did she feature on the interview section of CNN’s Christiane Amanpour
but has been in the news when it comes to the most curved women in Africa not to mention slay queens alongside Afia Odo.

The model who donated 300 branded books, 50 pens, textbooks, 30 desks among others told the media she got touched when she saw the devastated school asking for help in one of the country’s new paper.

Moesha donating to the pupils of Tebu MA Basic School

Branded books donated by Moesha Buduong

Moesha, who took to her Instagram page said, she was much happy seeing the expression on the faces of the school children and was thankful to God for being able to give back to society.

Moesha having interactions with some of the children

Below are the words on Moesha Buduong’s Instagram wall.

“On the 19th June 2018 I saw the article in the daily newspaper about a school called TEBU/MA BASIC SCHOOL located at Kasoa Domeabra pleading to the government and the individual bodies to come to their aid because they needed some learning materials for the love I have for children I decided to get them some learning materials like 300 branded books,50 pens, textbooks, 30 desks and other learning materials items. With the expression on their faces, I felt happy I was able to help them with some of the things they needed. helping needy but brilliant children has always been my passion. I will like to thank God and @iamfloppysam for making this happen. @moeshabuduongfoundation May God bless you #everychildmatters”.

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Moesha Buduong has proved Ghanaians wrong after her interview with BBC’s reporter,  Christiane Amanpour, on how she caters for herself.

She has therefore called on other philanthropists to look back to where they come from and stretch hands to the needy in the country.


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