Owen Kwame Frimpong, Chief Executive of the Darling Boy Fan Club in the West Akim Municipality of the Eastern Region has assured the youth and the vulnerable of halting their unpleasant circumstances and promoting quality education in the locality.

This is in his quest to empower and develop society through selflessness, personal commitment, financially and innovatively.

Philanthropist restores hope in ghetto and for the vulnerable

Owen Kwame Frimpong popularly known as Darling Boy, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Asamankese indigene, reiterated his unwavering desire to assist the poor and weak in society and eradicate the drug menace in the youth by bringing them out of the ghettos and into a socially acceptable engagement.

Speaking at the launch of the Darling Boy Fan Club in Asamankese, the CEO said community development-based initiative and humanity at no time must be substituted or gambled and that, the masses particularly the youth needed to be given the necessary cushioning.

Philanthropist restores hope in ghetto and for the vulnerable

According to the CEO, quality teaching and learning are gradually manifesting in the municipality with the cooperation of the Municipal Chief Executive of the area, Seth Oduro Boadu.

He said the cooperation with the MCE has enabled him to undertake more educational initiatives at all levels of education.

Mentioning other rationales of the Fun Club, the CEO did not lose sight of the health of the people adding that he would continuously absorb the health bills of the vulnerable irrespective of their demography.

Philanthropist restores hope in ghetto and for the vulnerable

Touching on social vices and in particular the abuse of drugs, Owen Kwame Frimpong told Nananom, the MCE and other opinion leaders of the locality of plans being advanced to get the youth out of the ghettos to restore hope.

These comments were made during the launch of the Darling Boy Fan Club, a nonprofit-making organisation at Asamankese on the theme “Unveiling the new face of development and progress in the Lower West Akim Constituency”.

The event witnessed dignitaries including Nananom, the Christian Council, The Local Chief Imam, delegation from political parties, the Ghana Education Service, The Ghana Health Service among others.

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