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30-Jan-2012  
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The management and staff of the UT Group of Companies have presented 50 bags of rice and cash of GH5,000 to the Akropong School for the Blind.

The Citi FM Save the Needy Children project, the Accra Borstal institute, Grace Educational Centre, Countryside Orphanage and Good Shepherd Orphanage also received ten bags of rice per institution.

The company also hit the streets of Kumasi to distribute one thousand packs of food and drinks to the disadvantaged on the streets on Christmas day.

The programme, dubbed UT Touches Lives this Christmas, is an annual activity initiated by the Chairman of the UT Board, Mr. Joseph Nsonamoah.

In an address to staff who volunteered to do the distribution, Mr. Nsonamoah indicated that the programme, which has been running for about nine years, has always been undertaken in Accra but was moved to Kumasi to extend love to the underprivileged on the streets of Kumasi

He said it is easy for us to take what we have for granted, but for others it is a luxury to wake up on Christmas morning and cook and enjoy with the family; therefore, it is our responsibility to extend a hand of love to such people on occasions like this when we remember how God out of love reached out to us.
 
 
 
 
 

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