Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa on Sunday, August 11, which is his birthday, spent time with some friends and associates in his Constituency.
The Parliamentarian and some members of his party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) spent the day at the Three Kings Special School at Battor.
The school is a boarding facility for the mentally handicapped.
It was established by the Catholic Church in 1995.
“I marked my birthday with friends painting the…school. We also made sure to donate books and carry out other renovations,” the MP said.
He added that he has “no doubt our 195 awesomely special students will return from the vacation to a more beautiful environment they will cherish.”
“I am grateful to all my amazing friends for making time to come help us out.”
He also thanked well-wishers on his special day.
“And I thank you all for your kind wishes, support and prayers.”
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