'Never in the history of this school have we been showered with such bountiful items to augment our efforts" were the words of much elated headmaster of the Nyamaa Special School Mr. James Yeboah on Monday 16th July when Bra Dea Foundation gifted them with assorted items.

Oliver "Twistly", he hinted a school bus and  a vocational training center will really help them keep the children safe as well as the kids well equipped in their  psychomotor domain.

In a solemn but colourful event to take delivery of sketch pads, marker boards, football, pencils, erasers, crayons, colour pencils, manilar cards, cartons of Verna mineral water, perk biscuits, toiletories,  U-fresh drink, puzzles among other things, the less privileged ones thrilled persons around with choreography and a sober poem about the neglect of persons with autism and  learning disability...

"Oh Mother Ghana!
Why have you forsaken me
Is it because of my condition?
I have potentials if you take good care of me...." Bright Ofori, autistic, recited leaving everyone with goosebombs.

Michael Marcus Paapa Edwards, the leader of Bra Dea Foundation, the cooperate social responsiblity arm of the Wolf Camp production house speaking at the occassion woke  shrugging hearts to give alms to the needy in our society, most especially to the autism kids.

" I am really pleased and thankful to people and organizations who heard my plea to support me purchase these items for our brothers and sisters. It is our ultimate goal to pool resources to put up the desirable vocational center which will help anchor their vocational skills taught here. As the headmaster has indicated already, a mini bus will help convey them to and from school safely. Hence we won't relent on our efforts to solicit from our generous donors to help get them the bus. It can happen to a member of your family, my family or any other's. We can do  better to put smiles on their faces" Papa Sunyani optimized.

This is a fulfilment of a promise when Bra Dea celebrated this year's Valentine's Day with the kids

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