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Regional News of Thursday, 21 May 2020

Source: Michael Oberteye, Contributor

Tabital Pulaaku International, Danbaki Royal Family support Akuse Prisons

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The Danbaki Royal Family of the Fulani Chief in Greater Accra and Tabital Pulaaku International - Ghana Chapter have redeemed a pledge made to the Akuse Local Prison barely 14 days ago when the Tabital Pulaaku International - Ghana Chapter donated foodstuffs and PPEs to the Akuse Local Prison.

During the charity visit by the Fulani group to the Akuse Local Prison, the leadership of the Prison requested for an Air Conditioner to sustain the smooth running of the ICT laboratory of the Prison which is one of their major reform units which is being challenged by the non-existence of AC to both protect the equipment and smooth running of the ICT center.

In fulfilment of this request, the Fulani Chief of Accra and the leadership of Tabital Pulaaku international, Ghana Chapter presented a brand new Air condition and a substantive number of the recommended nose masks to the Akuse Local Prison.

Alhaji Amadu Diallo, President of Tabital Pulaaku international, Ghana Chapter after the donation of the AC and the other PPEs assured the leadership of the Akuse Local Prison that, they have taken note of all their requests and as a religious based and human beings responsible group, they will do everything within their operational strength to support the Prison to reform the inmates.

DSP Carlos Azameti, ASP. Emmanuel Teye, ASP. Nedjor Isaac and ASP. Rufus Eshun-Mensah Jnr who received the items on behalf of the Leadership of the Prisons expressed their heart felt appreciation to the donors and pledged to put the donated items into good use.

In an exclusive interview with Yakubu Musah Barry, Secretary of Tabital Pulaaku international, Ghana Chapter after the donation, he disclosed that their leadership was far advanced with documentations which will allow them to undertake a massive prison reform initiative and support programs and he is optimistic that they will get the green light from the authorities soon.

Others in attendance were Abdul-Rahman Sambo (Galadima Danbaki Royal Family of Accra), Nurudeem Sulaimana - Sarki Sanlama, SHEICK Umaru Dicko - Iman Tabital Pulaaku international Ghana Chapter and Hajjia Zainab Dande - National Women's Organizer.

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