Mr Kwadwo Saka Addo-Mensah, the Chief Executive Officer of Burgundy Homes has eulogized the leadership of the Bright Addae Foundation for taking it upon themselves to help the needy in the societies, widows, widowers, brilliant but needy students, and street children among others.
Mr Addo-Mensah made these remarks when the Founder of the Bright Addae Foundation and the Administrative cum Operations Manager paid a courtesy call on him to present a replica jersey to him for his unflinching support to the foundation.
“Let me commend you guys for the excellent job that you are doing to support the needy. This is a big task and I know the Almighty God will make this laudable initiative a successful one. I want to assure you that you have my support”.
Mr Addo-Mensah donated about 3,000 exercise books to the Bright Addae Foundation early this year to support.
Bright Addae on his part thanked Mr Kwadwo Saka Addo-Mensah for the support and also prayed that the Almighty God replenish him for supporting the Foundation to reach out to needier in the deprived communities.
“We are grateful to have people like you around to support us anytime we call on you. Your efforts mean a lot to us and the children out there. As it is written in the Holy Bible may you never lack and everything that you will lay your hand on it will be blessings”.
The Administrative cum Operations Manager of the Bright Addae Foundation Dickson Boadi hinted that the Foundation will start its nationwide exercise books donation in the Greater Accra region and move to the Upper West region to honour the Former Ghana Football Association and CAF Executive Council Member Lawyer Kwesi Nyantakyi.
“With the support from Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu, Dr KK Peprah and Mr Kwadwo Saka Addo-Mensah we have adequate customized exercise books that we will be distributed across the country. In Shaa Allah we will start from the Greater Accra and proceed to the Upper West region to honour our Father Lawyer Kwesi Nyantakyi for transforming Bright Addae to become a national asset”.