The Easter Miracle And The Social Media Manifestation Of Acts Of Kindness

Ewurama Asare Takyi Danquah

This Easter has been very eventful on social media.

Not much about the religious observation of the resurrection story about the man who died on the cross some thousands of years ago.

The past couple of days have shown that acts of kindness go a long way in saving the lives of many.

Take Ewurama Asare Takyi Danquah for example.

She started a Go Fund Me campaign to raise $50,000 to help save her life for treatment of multiple sclerosis.

In a matter of days, Ewurama has reached and surpassed her goal with $2,578.

At the time the campaign was closed it had raised 52,578.

She and her family released a statement thanking Ghanaians for their kindness.

Now, there are money more who are equally in need of financial assistance.

Mr Attigah’s Go Fund Me campaign is seeking to raise $60,000 to help him undergo kidney transplant.

Sarkodie and others have also joined forces to help 13-year-old Michael Kofi Asiamah raise $30,000 to pay for the treatment of brain tumour.

Little Portia is also in need of GHS 40k for a brain surgery.

Madam Sarah is also in need of $50,000. The doctors want to perform urgent brain surgery to remove the high-grade Glioma.

Juliana Adu, a young Ghanaian veterinarian, also needs  €15,100 to pay a life-saving brain tumour surgery.

Do what you can to help save them.


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