A former Minister for Information and National Security, Kofi Totobi Quakyi visited the Dzorwulu Special School on Sunday to celebrate Father’s Day with the students.

Together with his wife; Mabel Qyakyi, his son; Nana Kofi, and his mentees from the Brotherhood Group, Mr Totobi Quakyi socialise and donate food items to children.

Totobi Quakyi celebrates Father's Day at the Dzorwulu Special School

Aside from the food items, he dished out hot meals and drinks to the children at a brief ceremony at the school’s premises.

Mr Totobi Quakyi Spoke about God’s blessings on his life and that of his family adding that the gesture is to appreciate God’s blessings in his life.

Totobi Quakyi celebrates Father's Day at the Dzorwulu Special School

“Spending Father’s Day on Sunday, with the children of the Dzorwulu Special School was one of the happiest and most fulfilling times of my life. Mine has been a life of giving and sharing,” he told the media.

He recounted the times his children visited the Special School when they were growing up and the impact it had on their outlook in life.

Totobi Quakyi celebrates Father's Day at the Dzorwulu Special School

He was grateful for the warm welcome given to him and his entourage by the students and management of the school.

The Headmaster of the School, Frederick Tetteh, expressed his gratitude to Mr Totobi Quakyi and The Brotherhood Group for their presence and kind donation.

The Chaplain of the School, Moses Affran, prayed for the former Minister and the visitors and wished them  good health and long life.