Written by Cobby Sackitey
As Ghanaians celebrate Christmas, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, a kind-hearted Ghanaian Police officer who works with the Accra Regional Police Command has made it extra special for patients who spend Christmas in hospital. For what has become a benevolent ritual, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, has once again embarked on another project.
Simon Agbeko has become notable for giving back to the community and fixing damaged state facilities including street traffic lights.
The police officer donated items to accident victims at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. He donated a pair of crutches, wheelchairs to the patients to enable them to walk again. Lance Corporal Agbeko donated an undisclosed amount of money to the patients to pay their bills at the accident centre and children's ward.He supported by donating and footing the bills of some of the patients who have no hope of leaving the hospital anytime soon if they don't pay.He contributed his quota to the patients in donating from his pocket.
He described these charitable acts as a manifestation of divine directions from God, which he receives in his dreams. He said this in an interview with SVTV Africa after his previous donations. For Agbeko, the dream was to create the enabling space where the less privileged and physically challenged persons would have easy care and education especially those who parade principal streets and major highways in Accra while begging, because most of them have been neglected by their relatives.
The junior police officer further pointed out that, it’s the duty of every citizen to do something for his or her country.
Simon Agbeko urged other kind-hearted persons to also donate to support the cause to help the less privilege and persons with disability.
To help and support Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko’s project, call him on 0245856501 / 0551317208.